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Key Green Funding Bill Not Expected to Clear House

The recent approval by a Senate committee of a bill that would create a federally-funded green energy bank is good news for an industry openly wondering how it will replace key government funding streams scheduled to expire at the end of the year. However, the bill still has to be approved by the Republican-controlled House,…

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April Top Ten Players In Green Energy

1: Cape Wind The 420-megawatt Cape Wind project �is big, but the expectations for it are even bigger. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, who just last week�announced approval for the project amidst some stiff opposition, expects the Nantucket Sound wind farm to do no less than prove the viability of offshore wind in America. Much remains…

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The Week In Green Energy: Tracking The Green Dollar

Week of April 12 – to – April 16, 2010 This week, industry groups released�a slew of optimistic reports that highlighted the robust health of the U.S. clean energy sector. In 2009, U.S. solar capacity grew by 29 percent, according to the Solar Energy Industry Association. Wind, according to the American Wind Energy Association, was…

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The Copenhagen Climate Summit Was A _____________. (success/failure/don’t know)

Not even four months after the event, we are already seeing a reevaluation of the Copenhagen climate summit and the accord that came out of it.

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Reblog: How Green Is China’s Stimulus Package? [VIDEO]

There is obviously a lot of interest in China’s growing renewable energy industry. Over the past year, China’s $586 billion green stimulus has emerged as a serious contender to win the global clean energy race at the expense of the U.S.� In a recent post for the Green Leap Forward,� Chief Editor Julian Wong dissects…

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