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Progressive candidates are embracing clean energy as a campaign issue

Joe Romm, Think Progress Summary Rebecca Otto, Minnesota State Auditor and Candidate for Governor in the Democratic Primary, on the roof of her clean energy home. Credit: Shawn Otto If Trump isn't going to do the right thing, "we're going to have to do it at the governor's level." ...

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Sen. King to host visit on use of wood waste to produce electricity, heat

Press Herald Summary U.S. Sen. Angus King of Maine will host a Senate committee field hearing Friday at Robbins Lumber, a fifth-generation family-owned sawmill in Searsmont. The hearing will focus on how combined heat and power – which uses onsite thermal energy to generate electricity – and...

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Sustainability on Campus: Case Studies at Bowdoin College, Colby College, Williams College and UMass Amherst

Summary This interactive jeopardy style presentation will discuss a variety of sustainability-related projects with higher-education institutions. Case studies will include: carbon management with Bowdoin College and Colby College; successful implementation of both onsite and remote solar PV at...


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Maine Business Park Seeks Partners for Green Microgrid Development

Elisa Wood, Microgrid Knowledge Summary Brunswick Landing, a business park at a former naval air station in Maine, is looking for an experienced partner to help with microgrid development as part of its larger plan to become a green technology center. Located in Brunswick on the southern...

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CHP Packaged Systems: A Growing Trend

Summary The EPA CHP Partnership has added a new chapter on packaged CHP systems in the Catalog of CHP Technologies to reflect a growing trend and interest in such systems. Packaged systems, primarily being used in the commercial and institutional sectors, present a simplified system design,...

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