April 2008

Key Policies of the Green Party in London

April 30, 2008

I was browsing the web and came to this site for Sian Berry, running for Mayor of London for the Green party. I no nothing about London politics, her chances of winning, or even anything about her. But on the side, it had some of the key policies for the Green party. And some of […]

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Solar power at fossil fuel price

April 30, 2008

A Silicon Valley system designer and developer called SUNRGI has said that a new solar energy system will soon make it possible to produce electricity at a wholesale cost of 5-cents per kWh (kilowatt hour). This price is competitive with the wholesale cost of producing electricity using fossil fuels and a fraction of the current […]

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Presidential candidates on climate change

April 28, 2008

As the American presidential election approaches, we decided to have a look at the candidates’ stance on climate change. Is there any hope in sight? Well, it can’t get any worse that Bush’s (non)policies, so, yes, I guess there is some hope as long as we don’t get the Republican John McCain, as he supports […]

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It’s getting warm. Time to switch your fans

April 26, 2008

Now that it is finally getting warmer, it is time to switch the way your ceiling fans spin. I can’t imagine that ALL fans are the same, but mine needs to go counter clockwise for it to pull cool air down. It is easy to tell. Turn on your fan and if it feels cooler […]

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Solar for rent

April 25, 2008

A solar panel installers has come up with an idea to allow customers to embrace solar before it gets to the price level when everyone will be able to afford it: to lease photovoltaic solar panels for their roofs. Currently, buying panels may set you back $20,000, which not everyone can afford. Related Posts:No Related […]

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