Friday, April 10, 2009

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Kenya’s energy sector bubbling with opportunities
Business Daily Africa - Nairobi,Kenya
Currently we are experiencing frequent extended power outages, loadshedding, ... for a vibrant solar energy market, providing cheap electricity to homes and ...
Here comes the sun
Canada.com - Don Mills,Ontario,Canada
There are two basic ways to harvest power from the sun: solar photovoltaic panels (PV) that convert light from the sun into electricity, and solar thermal ...

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Home-Built Plans To Build Your Own Home Solar Panels | Adult ...
By AllXLifestyle
Just a couple of years back, installing a solar cell system can make your poorer by a few thousand USD That is how much it might cost to engage a local contractor to hook up your home to use solar electricity. ... For photovoltaic cells, you can get them rather cheaply over the internet or your local providers. The neatest thing about building your own home-made solar cells is that you can start small…make enough energy to power up easy appliances like your TV, PC, ...
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Google Blogs Alert for: renewable, green jobs, green careers, energy, renewable finance
Financial Post: Wind power is a complete disaster « Protecting ...
By WCO
Each wind industry job created cost almost $2-million in subsidies. Why will the Ontario experience be different? In debates over climate change, and in particular subsidies to renewable energy, there are two kinds of green. ...
Protecting Rural Ontario for... - http://windconcernsontario.wordpress.com/
Pasadena Sub Rosa: WIND POWER IS AN EXPENSIVE MISTAKE
By Wayne Lusvardi
Michael Trebilcock - Financial Post http://www.financialpost.com/story.html?id=1479461 There is no evidence that industrial wind power is likely to have a significant impact on carbon emissions. The European experience is instructive. ... Each wind industry job created cost almost $2-million in subsidies. Why will the Ontario experience be different? In debates over climate change, and in particular subsidies to renewable energy, there are two kinds of green. ...
Pasadena Sub Rosa - http://pasadenasubrosa.typepad.com/
Climate Progress » Blog Archive » Newsbusters, unable to read ...
By Joe
A version of this was first popularized by business-friendly Fortune magazine in a post mistitled “Wind jobs outstrip coal industry,” which called this “a talking point in the green jobs debate.” ... Many people have a mistaken notion that there are an enormous number of coal mining jobs that might be lost because of action on clean energy and climate. Many people also have a mistaken notion that renewables have too little market penetration to generate many jobs. ...
Climate Progress - http://climateprogress.org/
Canada loses 63100 jobs in March — analysts react - FP Posted
By Jacqueline Thorpe
FP Posted is a live feed of Canadian business news and data published by The Financial Post, Canada's business newspaper. ... Petro-Canada, pharma, pilot, Podcast, Policy, politics, Ponzi, private equity, producitivty, productivity, prosperity, psychology, public relations, purpose, Quantative Easing, quantum physics, Quebecor, Ray B. Williams, Ray Williams, RBC, Real Estate, recession, recruitment, regulators, renewable energy, rent, Research In Motion, Restaurants ...
FP Posted - http://network.nationalpost.com/np/blogs/fpposted/default.aspx

Google Blogs Alert for: energy auditor
Inefficiency Bites. | Energy Circle
By Peggy
He’s not a home energy auditor - that will come later. He’s more like a handy man. Here’s what he said: “There is no insulation in the floor.” Pregnant pause. “You mean I have been heating this entire cottage all winter for six winters ...
Energy Circle - http://www.energycircle.com/blog/
The Real Story » Blog Archive » All about energy audits
By The Real Story
Professional energy audits generally go into great detail on energy-saving measures. The energy auditor should do a room-by-room examination of the residence, as well as a thorough examination of past utility bills. ...
The Real Story - http://therealstoryblog.com/

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* Man causing real stink in motel room gets stabbed (AP)
* Uni-flipper turtle gets it straight with swimsuit (AP)
* Woman finds $357,959 cashiers check and returns it (AP)
* Duo accused of trying to steal restaurant grease (AP)
* Clowning around pays off for circus hopefuls (Reuters)
* Man accidentally shoots himself at drive-through (AP)
* Relish this: Semitrailer spills hot dogs on road (AP)
* Ex-Mass. cop agrees to restitution on lewd antics (AP)
* Woman arrives at court for DUI smelling of alcohol (AP)
* Players fined over chicken "sex" video (Reuters)
* Saudi man divorces wife by text message (Reuters)
* Cat found alive after 5 weeks under rubble (Reuters)
* Court fines mother for phoning son too much (Reuters)
* Court fines mother for phoning son too much (Reuters)
* Going 2 divorce u... (Reuters)
* Hammer time for cell phone used to run up $5K bill (AP)
* Minn. man charged after playing 'Rambo' with bow (AP)

Man causing real stink in motel room gets stabbed (AP) Top
AP - A man was stabbed after causing a stink — literally — in a motel room while eating with a friend, police said. Five men from the Houston area were sharing a Waco motel room Tuesday night, and two were inside the room eating when one had a flatulence problem, Waco police Officer Steve Anderson said. One man was so upset about the gas that he threw a large knife at him, cutting his leg, and then stabbed him in the chest, Anderson said.

Uni-flipper turtle gets it straight with swimsuit (AP) Top
AP - Allison, a green sea turtle with only one flipper, has been going around and around and around for most of her life.

Woman finds $357,959 cashiers check and returns it (AP) Top
AP - As she walked from a post office, Talon Curtis thought she'd found one of those gimmicky sweepstakes offers on the ground that scream something like "$357,959.55" in big bold letters and "This is not a real check" in much smaller type. But just as she was about to do her part for a cleaner planet and deliver the paper from the parking lot to a trash can, she noticed it was a real cashier's check with a real signature.

Duo accused of trying to steal restaurant grease (AP) Top
AP - Two Detroit-area men face larceny and trespassing charges after authorities say they tried to steal used restaurant grease. Westland police Sgt. Steve Borisch said 52-year-old Christopher Kind and 44-year-old Richard Tallent were arrested early Tuesday at a restaurant in the city 10 miles west of Detroit.

Clowning around pays off for circus hopefuls (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Unemployment hit 8.5 percent and jobs are disappearing across the country but at least one industry is looking for new talent -- the circus.

Man accidentally shoots himself at drive-through (AP) Top
AP - A stop at a fast-food restaurant's drive-through on Tuesday afternoon led to a trip to the hospital after a man accidentally shot himself in the leg with a pistol. The 24-year-old man was apparently trying to clear the weapon when it went off and hit him in the calf.

Relish this: Semitrailer spills hot dogs on road (AP) Top
AP - Here's a story Winnebago County deputies could relish. A semitrailer overturned Monday morning on a highway near Oshkosh, spilling an estimated 20 tons of hot dogs. The spill caused traffic to be restricted to a single lane for about seven hours.

Ex-Mass. cop agrees to restitution on lewd antics (AP) Top
AP - A former Cape Cod police officer has agreed to pay victims restitution after police say he exposed himself and urinated on fans at a Metallica concert. Under an agreement announced Wednesday, 29-year-old Joseph Houston will replay victims and their families $2,632 for the price of tickets and undergo alcohol treatment. He will also not challenge his termination by the Brewster Police Department.

Woman arrives at court for DUI smelling of alcohol (AP)
AP - A 28-year-old woman allegedly showed up in court to answer a charge of driving under the influence with alcohol on her breath. The woman drew a a two-day sentence from Municipal Court Judge Barry Zimmerman for contempt of court.

Players fined over chicken "sex" video (Reuters)
Reuters - Two leading Australian Rules players have been fined A$5,000 (2,428 pounds) each for their part in making an offensive video showing a rubber chicken simulating sex with a chicken carcass.

Saudi man divorces wife by text message (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Saudi man has divorced his wife by text message, a newspaper said on Thursday.

Cat found alive after 5 weeks under rubble (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A cat named Felix was found alive and well beneath the rubble of a six-storey building in Cologne that collapsed five weeks ago, the fire brigade in German city said on Tuesday.

Court fines mother for phoning son too much (Reuters) Top
Reuters - An Austrian woman who bombarded her son with phone calls over a two-and-a-half year period was fined by a court for stalking him, Austrian media reported on Thursday.

Court fines mother for phoning son too much (Reuters) Top
Reuters - An Austrian woman who bombarded her son with phone calls over a two-and-a-half year period was fined by a court for stalking him, Austrian media reported on Thursday.

Going 2 divorce u... (Reuters)
Reuters - A Saudi man has divorced his wife by text message, a newspaper said Thursday.

Hammer time for cell phone used to run up $5K bill (AP) Top
AP - A cell phone used by a Wyoming 13-year-old to run up a nearly $5,000 phone bill will text no more thanks to her angry father and his hammer. Dena Christoffersen of Cheyenne sent or received about 20,000 text messages over about a month, and her parents' phone plan didn't cover texting.

Minn. man charged after playing 'Rambo' with bow (AP) Top
AP - A man was charged with a felony after prosecutors alleged he tried to impress a woman by firing arrows at his neighbors' homes with a powerful bow. Police found arrows in the siding of townhomes in the man's complex on Saturday. Another arrow went through a patio door, shattering the glass.


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2 comments:

Nancy said...

RuthI recently came accross your blog and have been reading along. I thought I would leave my first comment. I dont know what to say except that I have enjoyed reading. Nice blog. I will keep visiting this blog very often.


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American Energy Conservation Group said...

Nancy or Ruthl...You are a sweetheart...thank you for
the comment.

I wish more folks would do it
but I fear...some spit after
they read what I write.....

Green Earl

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