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From: "Ana Kippenbrock, PRC" <Ana.Kippenbrock@state.nm.us>
To: "mary homan" <email@example.com>, "Tom domme" <Tom.firstname.lastname@example.org>, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, Bpayne37@comcast.net, email@example.com, Tfiebelkorn@swenergy.org
Cc: "Richard Blumenfeld, PRC" <Richard.Blumenfeld@state.nm.us>, "Nancy B. Burns, PRC" <Nancy.Burns@state.nm.us>, "Elizabeth Hurst, PRC"…
Added by billp37 on April 23, 2012 at 6:21pm — No Comments
Hmmm. I'm not convinced the PowerPot will work, but I'm excited to try one when the designer actually launches the product in June. Basic idea: a simple cook pot with an electric cord attached to it. Heat the pot over a campfire or a campstove and it is supposed to generate enough electricity to power a cell phone, GPS or other small electronic device.
Added by Staci Matlock on April 20, 2012 at 11:35am — No Comments
This is a Dot Earth, NYT post well worth reading. Paul Douglas, a self-professed moderate Republican Christian meteorologist from Minnesota and an entrepreneur, who believes the Republican Party needs to stop playing politics and recognize the climate is changing due in large part to human activity. Bloomberg News today published…Continue
Monday April 16, 2012 20:12
Google 'hybrid owners one and done'
And finally, while we’re on the topic of energy, here’s a submission from Fellow Reckoner, V. Forbes, who writes in from our old home state of Queensland, Australia. This one ought to inspire a few responses. Writes Mr. Forbes...Continue
Generating electricity from solar panels in cold, cloudy Northern Europe is like growing pawpaws in Iceland — it can be done, but who would be so silly as to try?…
The Global New Energy Summit opens next week in Colorado, bringing together scientists, investors and government officials to discuss the nation's energy future. The founder of the summit is Santa Fe venture capitalist David Bliven. On the agenda: power transmission, renewable energy, coal fuel, financing, battery storage and…Continue
Added by Staci Matlock on April 5, 2012 at 10:38am — No Comments
Santa Fe's Mayor David Coss is inviting residents to take part in a national water challenge. Participation can make the city look good and win won participant a Toyota Priuus! Signing up is simple. Go to www.mywaterpledge.com and mark the ways you promise to help save water.
Currently, the Wyland Foundation managing the pledge, puts Santa Fe at 24th in the nation for…Continue
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Tuesday April 3, 2012 test of One…
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The World Watch Institute has released it's new State of the World report. This environmental research and policy organization began issuing these reports 29 years ago. This year's report, Moving Toward Sustainable Prosperity looks at "the good life" of a growing middle class and how the current definition of that good life can't be sustained over the long haul.…Continue
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