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Is Edmunds Being Careless Or Nasty?

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Zachary Shahan


When I saw the press release on Earth Day, I slumped in disappointment — disappointment at what seemed to be some very deceitful (intentionally or unintentionally) news. My reputation has been built a bit on ... Read More



Volkswagen C Coupé GTE Concept The Latest In A Long Line

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Christopher DeMorro

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Over the past couple of years, Volkswagen has trotted out an increasing number of concept cars bearing plugs, electric motors, and fancy names like GTE and CrossBlue. Once far-fetched pipe dreams, these concepts have come closer ... Read More

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112.000 Solarmodule auf 800 Metern Höhe / 112,000 solar modules at an elevation of 800 meters

How Does Solar “Take Cars off the Road”?

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Susan Kraemer


As a CleanTechnica reader, you’ve likely come across this: “The greenhouse gas reductions of this solar project is the equivalent of taking X cars off the road.” “Going solar with us is the equivalent of taking 28,953 cars ... Read More


A Duke Energy coal ash lagoon in NC, closed in 2012 (

NC Suspects Duke Energy Coal Ash In Water Well Poisoning

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Sandy Dechert


The North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources has just warned people living in Dukeville, North Carolina, and a local church, not to drink or cook with their well water. Toxic heavy metals have contaminated ... Read More

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Oil Companies Testing Geothermal In North Dakota

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Jake Richardson


The Bakken geological formation is located in North Dakota, Montana, and Canada. This oil source has been exploited in North Dakota — one that has seen an expansion due to fracking and horizontal drilling, which took ... Read More

Fossil Fuels


Fossil Fuels Must Face Up To ‘Black Swan Moment’

Published on April 24th, 2015 | by Guest Contributor


Originally published on RenewEconomy by Sophie Vorrath Fossil fuel companies should be factoring in the risk of a climate change-driven ‘black swan event’ – such as the sudden and complete transformation of the global energy market, or ... Read More

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