Wednesday, June 17, 2009

Latest Wind, Solar Energy, Green Career Google News And Commentary by_Green Earl

Solar, Wind, Bio, Energy News And Commentary By_Green Earl, 30 year Pioneer In Conservation & Solar Energy


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Wind energy sector 'could create 1300 jobs in North'
Ireland Online - Dublin,Ireland
The wind energy sector has the potential to attract almost £2bn (€2.37bn) investment
to the North and create over 1300 jobs, it was claimed today. ...

New Energy Focus
Eco2 wins consent for 37.5MW wind farm in Wales
New Energy Focus - London,England,UK
Independent renewable energy developer Eco2 is to build a 37.5MW wind farm near
Swansea in Wales, after winning consent from ministers. ...

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Obama agenda: AMA speech, Korea
msnbc.com - USA


Many hospitals are sucking wind. Sure, everyone should be entitled to basic health
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New Energy Focus - Eco2 wins consent for 37.5MW wind farm in Wales
Independent renewable energy developer Eco2 is to build a 37.5MW wind farm near Swansea in Wales, after winning consent from ministers. The company, which will
undertake the project as a joint venture with Cambrian Renewable Energy, ... He added: "This project will be a major asset to the locality, bringing a significant boost to the economy with new jobs and local contracts. It will also significantly contribute to Wales' fight against climate change." ...

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BlueOregon: Don't let solar grind to a halt
By BlueOregon.com


The amendments being considered in the Senate Finance and Revenue Committee will completely protect solar subsidies paid from the Oregon Income Tax, the Business Energy Tax Credit (BETC). The essence of those amendments is to stop subsidizing big wind projects that produce few jobs after construction and send most of their power to California to meet the California Renewable Portfolio Standard. Oregon tax payers should not subsidize California rate payers. ...

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Fiscal conservative Sen. Tom Coburn questions 100 stimulus projects
By Larry Margasak
—A Bureau of Land Management project to study the impact wind farms have on the sage
grouse population in Oregon. The proposal calls for hiring people to tag sage grouse in areas where wind farms may be built, to help determine where turbines could be located. ... The extra budget will finance projects to support the unemployed and small businesses, as well as environmental measures. White House defends estimate that stimulus bill will save or create 3.5 million jobs ...

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Getting Green Funding – Innovation Capital Group « New Energy Horizons
By Chet Geschickter

Germany is paying a lot of money to sustain the green jobs it's created. Spain did a
lot of power projects and is now rolling-back. Emily: you need to treeat this as you would any business. You need to have vision. ... Ed: there is a lot of experimentation and we don't know what is going to work – distributed wind, microbes, etc. Is a balance of business people and technologists needed, so they can help bring a technology into market and make th right bets. ...

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Wind energy industry pulling back and shedding jobs - TwinCities.com
But of the 18 banks that once provided financing for projects, only about four are still doing so, said Clayt Tabor of Midwest Wind Finance, a Minneapolis ...

Project Manager - Wind/Project /Developer 2-4 K/yr Job in Chicago ...

Candidate will be responsible for all aspects of wind project development, from site selection to successful completion of financing due diligence. ...

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Employment opportunities created by green projects in Hong Kong
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Milne: The climate nightmare is upon us
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The Government must conduct a full jobs audit of Australia — matching the ... not only
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The latest from Yahoo! News: Most Emailed - Odd News

* Mo. family Christmas photo turns up in Czech ad (AP)
* Ohio woman feared baby would arrive with diploma (AP)
* Brazilian prosecutor wants to ban fast-food toys (Reuters)
* Alaska's Rat Island rat-free after 229 years (Reuters)
* Passengers cheat flu scan with fever reducers (Reuters)
* Hearing-impaired man says dog saved him from fire (AP)
* Man leads Fla. police on high-speed chase for fun (AP)
* Alleged purse snatcher leaves wallet near scene (AP)
* Musicians attacked at wedding (Reuters)
* Woman accused of assaulting bus driver with change (AP)
* Nova Scotia distiller wins whisky war (Reuters)
* Ad has all the poop on new Columbus Zoo ranking (AP)
* Pa. windfall: Cop finds $100 bills blowing in wind (AP)
* Airline sends Cleveland-bound girl, 10, to Newark (AP)
* Man spends night locked in Mass. bar's bathroom (AP)
* Tattoo gone wrong: Stars and gripes forever? (Reuters)
* Prosecutor wants to ban fast-food toys (Reuters)
* Lottery winner plans to grow better carrots (Reuters)
* Kitten dropped, discovered in Boston city mailbox (AP)
* Naked burglar flees home, then wears women's garb (AP)
* Jobless man steals just for free prison lunch (Reuters)
* NY drivers top US road rage league: survey (AFP)
* Women dine, dash and then crash into Detroit IHOP (AP)
* Woman suspected in 3 holdups within 35 minutes (AP)

Mo. family Christmas photo turns up in Czech ad (AP) Top
AP - It's an international mystery: How did a Missouri family's Christmas card photo end up in the Czech Republic, splashed across a huge storefront advertisement? Danielle Smith said Wednesday that the photo taken of her family last year got sent to family and friends, and was posted on her blog and a few social networking sites. The photo showed her and her husband Jeff holding their two young children.

Ohio woman feared baby would arrive with diploma (AP) Top
AP - A woman who just graduated from college in Ohio says she was afraid her big day was going to turn into a blessed event. Expectant mother Dawn Thompson Ester thought she had gone into labor during Friday's commencement at Columbus State University. So, she was moved up from No. 749 in the order for receiving degrees to first place in line.

Brazilian prosecutor wants to ban fast-food toys (Reuters)
Reuters - Charging that toys sold with meals in fast-food outlets can lead children to develop bad eating habits, a Brazilian prosecutor on Monday asked a judge to ban such sales nationally at chains including McDonald's and Burger King.

Alaska's Rat Island rat-free after 229 years (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Alaska's Rat Island is finally rat-free, 229 years after a Japanese shipwreck spilled rampaging rodents onto the remote Aleutian island, decimating the local bird population.

Passengers cheat flu scan with fever reducers (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Many sick passengers who flew to Ho Chi Minh City in southern Vietnam took fever reducers to cheat temperature scanners at the airport, leading to the discovery of several infected cases later, state media reported at the weekend.

Hearing-impaired man says dog saved him from fire (AP) Top
AP - A hearing-impaired man is crediting his service dog with saving his life from a fire. Darrin Weeks said his dog Roscoe jumped on the bed Sunday to wake him after a fire broke out in the building of his Orlando duplex. Weeks ran next door, awoke his neighbor and pulled him out of the fire.

Man leads Fla. police on high-speed chase for fun (AP) Top
AP - Authorities said a 22-year-old man told investigators that he led them on a high-speed chase through two north Florida counties for fun. According to the Levy County Sheriff's Office, Philip Pennypacker is facing charges of high-speed fleeing and eluding and three counts of aggravated assault on law enforcement officers with a deadly weapon.

Alleged purse snatcher leaves wallet near scene (AP) Top
AP - Police said they were led to a 22-year-old suspect in a weekend purse-snatching after he inadvertently dropped his wallet with his identification. Police told WMTW-TV that they were called Saturday morning with a report that a man had pushed down a 58-year-old woman as she walked and stolen her purse.

Musicians attacked at wedding (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Taliban fighters beat musicians, shaved their heads and left them tied to trees overnight because they performed at an Afghan wedding, a village tribal chief said Monday, a sign of the fighters' growing influence.

Woman accused of assaulting bus driver with change (AP) Top
AP - A Boston woman accused of throwing a handful of change in the face of a Boston bus driver faces an assault charge. According to a police report, 23-year-old Chantal Williams boarded an MBTA bus Sunday and told the driver, "I only have this change and you're gonna let me ride this bus."

Nova Scotia distiller wins whisky war (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A nine-year legal battle over a wee word has finally come to an end.

Ad has all the poop on new Columbus Zoo ranking (AP) Top
AP - An Ohio zoo is celebrating a No. 1 ranking with a new commercial all about getting rid of "number 2" — the other kind.

Pa. windfall: Cop finds $100 bills blowing in wind (AP) Top
AP - A New Jersey man was left wondering where his $3,000 cash had gone after a job in Pennsylvania. Turns out, the answer was blowin' in the wind.

Airline sends Cleveland-bound girl, 10, to Newark (AP) Top
AP - Continental Airlines is apologizing for sending a 10-year-old Massachusetts girl flying alone to New Jersey instead of Ohio.

Man spends night locked in Mass. bar's bathroom (AP) Top
AP - A customer at a Salem, Mass., bar spent the night trapped in a bathroom but told police in the morning he was "comfortable" and even offered to pay his tab.

Tattoo gone wrong: Stars and gripes forever? (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Belgian teenager has told police how she emerged from a tattoo parlor with 56 stars over one side of her face, rather than the three she had asked for, prosecutors said on Tuesday.

Prosecutor wants to ban fast-food toys (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Charging that toys sold with meals in fast-food outlets can lead children to develop bad eating habits, a Brazilian prosecutor on Monday asked a judge to ban such sales nationally at chains including McDonald's and Burger King.

Lottery winner plans to grow better carrots (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A 74-year-old amateur gardener who scooped a 25 million pound lottery prize said Tuesday he would spend part of his winnings hiring an expert to learn how to grow better carrots.

Kitten dropped, discovered in Boston city mailbox (AP) Top
AP - Officials said a two-pound, eight-week-old kitten was dropped in a public mailbox in Boston and later found unharmed among envelopes and packages. According to the MSPCA Animal Care and Adoption Center, the kitten they're calling "Postina" likely was stuffed Friday through a small opening of the mailbox and dropped several feet below.

Naked burglar flees home, then wears women's garb (AP) Top
AP - Authorities said a naked intruder startled a woman in her home west of Denver, then fled in a sheet to another home where he was discovered wearing women's clothing. Jefferson County deputies said the first break-in occurred shortly before 7 a.m. Monday. The man fled when the woman screamed.

Jobless man steals just for free prison lunch (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A jobless Taiwan man released from prison stole a box of cotton swabs just to get arrested again because he "could not forget the police department boxed lunches," officers and local media said Tuesday.

NY drivers top US road rage league: survey (AFP) Top
AFP - New Yorkers are America's angriest drivers, according to a survey published Tuesday.

Women dine, dash and then crash into Detroit IHOP (AP) Top
AP - Four women trying to skip out on their bill at an International House of Pancakes ended up plowing into the Detroit restaurant as they sped away. No one was injured in the accident Tuesday morning. Restaurant manager Raymond Jefferson told the Detroit Free Press the women ran from the IHOP just after 6 a.m. without paying their bill. Their server chased them out the door.

Woman suspected in 3 holdups within 35 minutes (AP) Top
AP - Ohio authorities said they believe a woman held up three banks within just over a half-hour. Akron Police Lt. Rick Edwards said based on the surveillance photos, it appears to be the same woman. Police said the first bank was hit at about 3:15 p.m. Monday, the second about a mile away at 3:30, and the third about three blocks farther at 3:50.


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