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UK Sets Plan to Curb CO2 From Companies, Consumers
Bloomberg - USA

The UK will plow 120 million pounds into the offshore wind industry, and 60 million pounds to support wave and tidal power companies, he said. ...

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Windy Point Project Sold to Consortium
istockAnalyst.com (press release) - Salem,OR,USA

County officials and developers consider the wind farms a huge boost to the economy. Windy Point and Windy Flats, for example, created 150 jobs, ...

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University of Houston Taps Exxon, BP Expertise for Energy Mecca
Bloomberg - USA

The school also is building a facility near Corpus Christi, Texas, to test the blades used in wind energy farms. “No one really grasps the depth and breadth ...

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Alternative energy faces hurdles
United Press International - USA

That closure resulted in the loss of 600 jobs. Britain has one of the best environments for wind farms in Europe but lags behind its regional partners in ...
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For Many Workers, Insurance Choices May be Limited
Kaiser Health News - Washington,DC,USA

... coverage could wind up paying a bigger chunk of their incomes for coverage than those with the same incomes who aren't offered job-based insurance. ...

Wind Watch: Shutting down wind power

Western North Carolina's wind facility permitting laws, with possible ridge protection statutes, was scheduled to be considered by the Committee on Finance on July 14. Results of any edits to the bill were not available at press time. ... “ If we are able to get the project approved, that would be about 100-120 construction jobs for about a year to a year and a half for Mitchell County,” Beam said. “After that, it would be between three to seven full-time, permanent jobs. ...

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Solar, Wind, Bio, Energy News And Commentary By_Green Earl, 30 year Pioneer In Conservation & Solar Energy TANC commissioners this morning unanimously approved unplugging planning for a proposed 600-mile long power line. ... Baugh and all the STOPTANC activists asked the commission to terminate the power line, end the environmental review process, take the project off the federal register and remove the Western Area Power Administration (WAPA) from the planning process. ...

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Treasury Issues Guidance for Cash Grants in Lieu of Energy Tax ...
By Denis Du Bois

... energy projects has diminished. The goal in providing cash grants for a limited period is to spur renewable energy development, even in the absence of taxable income, and to further the goals of job creation and expansion of renewable energy sources. ... For example, if an election is made for a wind farm, the commencement of construction of an individual turbine will be treated as the commencement of construction of the entire project. Completion of a portion of the ...

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The Oil Drum | DrumBeat: July 15, 2009
By Leanan

1 from $212.60 a ton in July, Alexander Sakovich, deputy head of the Finance Ministry's Customs Payments Department, said by phone today. The figures aren't final and have to be approved by the government. .... A majority of "construction ready" wind projects in Ontario won't go forward if the province passes regulations that keep wind turbines a minimum distance from residences, roads and railway lines, warns Canada's wind energy association. ...

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US, China announce clean energy research center | Home >> Other ...

With initial financing of $15 million and headquarters in both countries, the center will focus on coal and clean buildings and vehicles, said US Energy Secretary Steven Chu. ... Some companies say Beijing is trying to build up its industry by shielding companies from competition, shutting foreign competitors out of wind power and other projects. "We need to empower US and Chinese entrepreneurs and innovators to create and collaborate free from artificial trade barriers," ...

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Commentary From My Obama Groups


The weapon design and arms control communities agree that it is not the capability to design a nuclear device that determines the pace of a country's acquisition of a first weapon, but, rather, the availability of nuclear weapons materials that can be turned to weapons purposes. For a nation-state, the material for weapons can come from uranium enrichment plants (highly enriched uranium), or reactors and nuclear fuel reprocessing plants (plutonium), or both.

Regardless of its isotopic composition, the minimum amount of plutonium required to make a pure fission nuclear explosive, with a yield equivalent to one to 25 kilotons of chemical high explosives, is quite small, on the order of 1 to 3 kilograms (kg), with the exact amount depending on the level of design expertise and the desired nuclear explosive yield. The minimum amount of highly enriched uranium required is a few times larger--5 to 10kg.

While far from ideal for military applications, the isotopic composition of the plutonium typically produced in civil power reactors does not pose a serious obstacle to fabricating efficient and powerful weapons, as well as crude terrorist devices.

http://www.nrdc.org/nuclear/power/power.pdf

The proliferation of nuclear weapons is inextricably linked to nuclear power by a shared need for enriched uranium, and through the generation of plutonium as a by-product of spent nuclear fuel. The two industries have been linked since the very beginning and a nuclear weapons free world requires a non-nuclear energy policy. http://www.cnduk.org/index.php/information/info-sheets/briefings.html#nuclearpower



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* Travel agents offer sunshine insurance (Reuters)
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* Monster fish killed after terrorising Swiss swimmers (AFP)
* UK-Odd Summary (Reuters)
* U.S. chicken feet are being booted out of China (Reuters)
* Aussie escapes wrong turn into croc-filled river (AFP)
* Cats purrfect the art of getting what they want: study (AFP)
* Alleged U.S. white supremacist arrested in Israel (Reuters)
* Canadian boy floats unharmed down river on toy truck (Reuters)
* Here is my job resumay (Reuters)
* Single spelling mistake can derail job application (Reuters)
* Paris launches smile campaign to woo tourists (Reuters)
* Man arrested with panties hanging from pants (AP)
* Man caught in the buff at N. Indiana cemetery (AP)
* Irish national park bans horses without 'nappies' (AFP)
* Bride's bouquet crashes plane in Italy (AP)
* Ohio man claims he's listened to album every day (AP)

Travel agents offer sunshine insurance (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Sun-seekers whose holidays are spoiled by bad weather could be reimbursed after French travel agencies launched insurance cover for unwanted interruptions to the sunshine.

Clerics condemn theft of electricity (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Pakistani power utility has obtained a decree from top Islamic scholars condemning electricity theft, which it says is costing it millions of dollars a year.

Phone firm's West Bank wall gag fails to amuse (Reuters)
Reuters - A television advert for an Israeli mobile phone firm showing soldiers playing soccer over the West Bank barrier has sparked cries of bad taste and prompted Arab lawmakers Sunday to demand it be taken off air.

Monster fish killed after terrorising Swiss swimmers (AFP) Top
AFP - Police divers have ended the reign of terror of a huge fish that was attacking swimmers in a Swiss lake.

UK-Odd Summary (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Berlin brothel has come up with a novel way to negate the impact of the global economic crisis and target a new group of customers at the same time -- offering a discount to patrons who arrive on bicycles. "The recession has hit our industry hard," said Thomas Goetz, owner of the "Maison d'envie" brothel.

U.S. chicken feet are being booted out of China (Reuters) Top
Reuters - China and the United States are kicking up a trade war over chicken in which Beijing effectively has given the boot to millions of dollars worth of U.S. chicken, about half of which is chicken feet.

Aussie escapes wrong turn into croc-filled river (AFP)
AFP - An Australian woman had a lucky escape after making a wrong turn into a crocodile-infested river in the country's remote north, according to police.

Cats purrfect the art of getting what they want: study (AFP) Top
AFP - Cats coax their owners into giving them what they want with a special purr that blends their normal soft, low sound with a high-pitched element that is hard to ignore, researchers said on Tuesday.

Alleged U.S. white supremacist arrested in Israel (Reuters) Top
Reuters - When Micky Mayon fled the United States, where he faced firearms charges, the alleged member of an anti-Semitic white supremacist group chose what he might have seen as a perfect hideout -- the Jewish state.

Canadian boy floats unharmed down river on toy truck (Reuters) Top
Reuters - A Canadian boy celebrating his third birthday was unhurt and apparently unfazed after he floated 12 km (7.8 miles) down a river riding atop his toy truck, police said on Monday.

Here is my job resumay (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Typing mistakes in a job application can kill a would-be employee's chance of landing a job as employers bet that a sloppy resume means the applicant will do a sloppy job.

Single spelling mistake can derail job application (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Typing mistakes in a job application can kill a would-be employee's chance of landing a job as employers bet that a sloppy resume means the applicant will do a sloppy job.

Paris launches smile campaign to woo tourists (Reuters) Top
Reuters - Faced with a fall in tourist numbers due to the financial crisis and a reputation for unfriendliness, the Paris tourist board has made a simple request of the city's residents: smile.

Man arrested with panties hanging from pants (AP) Top
AP - A man has been charged with public intoxication after authorities said he was walking along Highway 11 with a pair of panties hanging out from his unzipped pants. According to The Daily Post-Athenian, 31-year-old man told deputies he had been at a pool party and stole them from a nearby home early Sunday.

Man caught in the buff at N. Indiana cemetery (AP) Top
AP - A 51-year-old man told a police officer he was naked in a northern Indiana cemetery because he had taken off his wet clothes after checking on his in-laws' grave and then wanted a closer look at some flowers. The officer was off duty and jogging through Rice Cemetery in Elkhart Sunday afternoon when he saw the naked man get into a truck and drive away. The officer later tracked down the Mishawaka man from his license plate number.

Irish national park bans horses without 'nappies' (AFP) Top
AFP - Horse-drawn carts were banned from one of Ireland's most famous national parks Tuesday in an escalation of a long-running row about their refusal to use "nappies" to deal with the horse dung.

Bride's bouquet crashes plane in Italy (AP) Top
AP - A romantic wedding in the Tuscan countryside ended with injuries after an attempt to launch the bride's bouquet from a plane brought down the tiny aircraft. Italian police say two people were hurt in the crash of the ultralight plane after the bridal bouquet they launched got caught in the aircraft's rear rotor.

Ohio man claims he's listened to album every day (AP)
AP - The band's managers want to meet with an Ohio heavy metal fan who said he has listened to the latest Judas Priest album every day for more than a year. Jim Bartek of Maple Heights said that's a lot of listening when you consider the album "Nostradamus" is an hour and 45 minutes long. But the 49-year-old truck shop employee said you can hear it over and over and always hear something new.

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