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August 2, 2009--Sun splits water for a cleaner, brighter tomorrow (Telluride Daily Planet)

On Tuesday, Nocera will present the Pinhead Town Talk, "Personalized Energy: A Carbon-Neutral Energy Supply for Each Individual (x 6 Billion People)." He will illuminate how his revolutionary invention cap

July 30, 2009--Senate passes energy and water bill (Washington Post)

The Senate on Wednesday passed a $34.3 billion energy spending bill that backs up President Barack Obama's promise to close the Yucca Mountain nuclear waste facility in Nevada.

July 13, 2009--Utility submits plan for Rio Grande Power Plant (U.S. Water News)

El Paso Electric has submitted a plan to the New Mexico Environment Department for investigating water and soil contamination at its power plant in Sunland Park.

July 4, 2009--Lawsuit targets mercury pollution (Durango Herald)

An environmental group is suing Xcel Energy, saying the utility isn't doing all it can to cut mercury emissions from a new coal-fired unit at a Pueblo power plant.

July 1, 2009--With something for everyone, Climate Bill passed (NY Times)

As the most ambitious energy and climate-change legislation ever introduced in Congress made its way to a floor vote last Friday, it grew fat with compromises, carve-outs, concessions and out-and-out gifts

May 1, 2009--Colorado-Big Thompson Project to receive $14 million in stimulus money (Grand County Sky-Hi Daily News)

The Colorado Big Thompson Project is poised to get $14 million in stimulus funds out of a total $1 billion delivered to the Bureau of Reclamation, and Grand County is hoping a portion is used to enhance Grand Lake water quality.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


April 7, 2009--Report says use of water, energy linked (Denver Post)

A joint report from the University of Texas and an environmental group urges state planners to conserve both water and energy. The report released Monday claims that improving water conservation will cut power demand and that upgrades in energy efficiency will decrease water needs, allowing Texas to utilize "finite supplies of both" and cut consumers' costs.


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