Friday, January 31, 2014

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Thursday, January 30, 2014

Showering in Formaldehyde? Fresh Fears in West Virginia | Common Dreams

Daily Kos :: BP Deepwater Supervisors Must Face Manslaughter Rap

The anti-fracking activist barred from 312.5 sq miles of Pennsylvania

Time for Big Oil to Pay for Its Pollution

No Pipe Dream: Is Fracking About to Arrive on Your Doorstep?

Another Chapter in Coal's Trail of Pollution

Elizabeth (Liz) Chaplin DuPage County Board Member, District 2: Making DuPage a Cool County

Climate scientist's lawsuit could wipe out conservative National Review magazine | The Raw Story

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

New research warns of more regular and severe electricity blackouts | The Raw Story

Climate change could lead to drastic increases in food prices over coming decades: report | The Raw Story

Can flywheel technology drive out the battery from car hybrids? | The Raw Story

Sweet! Researchers create powerful batteries that run on sugar - Network World

IKEA Embraces Wind Power; U.S. Renewables Outpace Fossil Fuels

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Home Furnishings Retailer IKEA Makes Global Renewables Push
on 28 Jan 2014 by Joseph Bebon
Big-name companies are increasingly embracing wind power and other sources of renewable energy. Ranked among green investors such as Google and Walmart, home furnishings retailer IKEA is on track to spend about $2 billion on its own wind and solar programs up to 2015. In addition, the company recently announced [read more]
New U.S. Renewable Energy Capacity More Than Triples Coal, Oil And Nuclear Combined
on 27 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Renewable energy sources, such as wind, solar, biomass, geothermal and hydropower, accounted for 37.16% of all new domestic electrical generating capacity installed during calendar-year 2013 for a total of 5,279 MW, according to the latest Energy Infrastructure Update report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). Citing the FERC [read more]
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Maryland Regulators Seek Comments On Implementing Offshore Wind Act
on 28 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
The Maryland Public Service Commission has retained law firm Kaye Scholer and subcontractors Levitan & Associates Inc., DNV GL and Sullivan Cove Consultants to provide assistance to the commission staff in developing regulations to implement the Maryland Offshore Wind Energy Act of 2013 that will facilitate the development of offshore [read more]
Vestas' 8 MW Offshore Wind Prototype Comes Alive
on 28 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Vestas' V164-8.0 MW prototype offshore wind turbine has produced its first kilowatt-hour of electricity, which the company says makes the machine the world's most powerful turbine in operation. The turbine, installed at the Danish National Test Centre for Large Wind Turbines in Osterild, will be closely monitored in the coming [read more]


Siemens' Wind Group Starts Fiscal 2014 Off Strong
on 28 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Siemens' wind division saw a 20% year-over-year profit increase and a large boost in orders in the first quarter of the company's fiscal 2014, which spanned from Oct. 1 to Dec. 31, 2013. According to the company's financial report, the wind division earned EUR 63 million ($86 million) in Q1, [read more]
EWEA: Record Offshore Wind Figures Conceal Project Slow-Down
on 28 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
According to a new report from the European Wind Energy Association (EWEA), 418 offshore turbines came online in 2013 in Europe, making a record 1,567 MW of new capacity. This is one-third more than the capacity installed in 2012 and makes a new total of 6,562 MW of offshore wind [read more]


DHi Implements Core Exchange Program For Turbine Generator Pitch Slip Rings
on 28 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Defense Holdings Inc. (DHi) has established a core exchange program for pitch control slip rings used in GE1.X and Suzlon S88 wind turbines. The program will be jointly administered by DHi and H&N Wind. DHi notes the program is currently limited to Stemmann slip rings only, models 6262151, 6262290, 6262875, [read more]
EU And India Join Hands To Facilitate Offshore Wind
on 27 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
The Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC) and partners have announced the launch of a four-year project to develop a roadmap for offshore wind development in India, with a focus on the states of Gujarat and Tamil Nadu. Supported by a EUR 4 million contribution through the European Union's Indo-European Cooperation [read more]


Iberdrola Heads R&D Project To Improve Offshore Wind Substations
on 27 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
In collaboration with a group of Basque companies, Iberdola has launched the Marin-El R&D project with the goal of designing a new marine substation for offshore wind farms in order to expedite installation and reduce costs. The initiative has been allocated a EUR 10 million budget and is supported by [read more]
DeTect Announces New Radar Wind Profiler System
on 27 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Florida-based DeTect Inc. has announced its new mobile RAPTOR XBS-BL radar wind profiler, technology for real-time measurement of upper atmosphere winds. According to the company, the XBS was developed to be rapidly deployable for severe weather event monitoring. "DeTect's RAPTOR technology defines a new standard for accuracy, providing higher quality [read more]


Energy Storage Group Changes Name, Appoints New Executive Director
on 27 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
The Electricity Storage Association has changed its name to the Energy Storage Association (ESA) and appointed Matthew Roberts as its new executive director. "This is a transformative time for energy storage in the U.S. and globally," says Darrell Hayslip, chair of the ESA's board of directors. "As demand for a [read more]
GMP Says Kingdom Community Wind Farm Delivers Big Benefits For Vermonters
on 24 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
As Vermont endures another cold snap, power prices in the region are escalating. However, utility Green Mountain Power (GMP) says power from the company's Kingdom Community Wind (KCW) continues to offset the high peak prices in the marketplace and provide other benefits for Vermonters. GMP built the 21-turbine project on [read more]
New Nevada Transmission Line Delivering Renewable Energy
on 24 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
The One Nevada Transmission Line (ON Line) is now operational and transmitting up to 600 MW of electricity, including energy from renewable resources throughout Nevada. The 231-mile line integrates Nevada's grids and is viewed as the transmission backbone that brings renewable energy from northern Nevada to the major load areas, [read more]
Kansas Wind Generators Provide Feedback On Clean Line Transmission Project
on 24 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
Grain Belt Express Clean Line LLC, an affiliate of Houston-based Clean Line Energy Partners, says a recent request for information (RFI) issued to wind generators has shown there are high-quality wind resources in and around western Kansas. According to the developer, its overhead, direct current transmission project could help the [read more]
First Wind Marks Five-Year Anniversary Of Stetson I Wind Project
on 24 Jan 2014 by NAW Staff
First Wind has celebrated the fifth anniversary of successful commercial operations of its 57 MW Stetson I Wind project. Since it began commercial operations on Jan. 23, 2009, the first phase of the wind farm has produced enough energy to power an average of 21,400 Maine homes annually, the company [read more]

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Tuesday, January 28, 2014

The Progressive Populist Today Blog: Corporate Chemical Spills

Daily Kos :: TransCanada Pipeline Explodes, Leaving 4,000 Heatless in Sub-Zero Temps

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January 26, 2014
Chemical Exposures Delaying Pregnancy

Exposure to chemicals is not just a concern for pregnant women and their developing child, but may play a significant role in the ability of couples to get pregnant in the first place. And men’s exposures, a new study shows, are of particular importance. The study was…

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Picking Organic Produce

On a budget and not sure what to buy organic at the supermarket? The Environmental Working Group (EWG)’s just-released 9th annual “Dirty Dozen” list documents pesticide contamination for 48 popular fruits and vegetables based on U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA)…

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A Find that Rocks

Ultrahigh temperature metamorphic rocks were not thought to have existed in the United States until now, geologists report in the December 13 issue of the journal Geology. Jay Ague, a professor at Yale University who specializes in metamorphic rocks, came upon the rocks on…

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Sustaining DC, Restraining Cars
How Washington, DC is vying to be one of nation's greenest cities and teach other urban areas a lesson in sustainable development and planning

Cities may be the new environmental hubs. Chicago and New York have been vying for the title of greenest city in America, and for 2013 Washington, DC has joined them, with a new plan, Sustainable DC. The idea, according to Mayor Vincent Gray, is to “make the District of…

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BPA Regulatory Reform Moves Glacially Slow
Pregnant women should not wait to protect fetuses

Though mothers of infants and toddlers can breathe a sigh of relief knowing that the estrogen mimicker BPA (bisphenol-A) is finally banned nationwide from infant formula containers as well as baby bottles and sippy cups, pregnant women – and hence their fetuses – are…

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Eco Laundry Tips
Tips to Save Energy, Water and Money

Not only is laundry a necessary chore, but it’s a huge drain on both water and electricity. The average household does almost 400 loads of laundry each year, requiring 13,500 gallons of water using traditional machines. And the dryer is the second largest energy-consuming…

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What a Waste!
Food Advocates Call for Grocery Stores to Combat Food Waste

At Andronico’s Community Markets in California, not all of the apples are perfectly round and shiny. In fact, some are blemished or oddly shaped, while others are a half-inch smaller than the standard size. These imperfect apples aren’t priced like their…

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Global Warming and the Loss of Whitebark Pine Trees

Dear EarthTalk: How is it that climate change is responsible for killing whitebark pine trees and thus impacting mountain ecosystems?

– Dale Livingstone, Salem, OR

Whitebark pine trees are a “keystone” species in high-altitude ecosystems across the American West,…

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