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PG&E’s Smart Grid Plans for Shorter Power Outages

PG&E’s Smart Grid Plans for Shorter Power Outages Putting lots of smart grid systems together can help keep power outages to a minimum. Here’s how PG&E is taking on the challenge. A123 “Temporarily” Lays Off 125 in Michigan The lithium-ion battery maker blames the layoffs on slashed orders from customer Fisker Automotive. When [...]

Beyond the Daily Roller Coaster, the Clean-Tech Wave Rolls On

Beyond the Daily Roller Coaster, the Clean-Tech Wave Rolls On By Clint Wilder Being in the clean tech industry these days is a little like how it must feel to be one of the Republican presidential candidates. One day things look great, you’re the talk of the buzz-o-sphere, riding a surge of momentum as The Next Big Thing. But wake up the [...]

The Ambachtsheer Letter – November/December 2011

Earlier this year, we were invited by the UK's FairPensions organization to give a lecture in the Houses of Parliament. The event took place this past November 15. It provided an opportunity to place Keynes' insights on faux vs. functional capitalism, and Peter Drucker's on the special role of retirement savings in shaping capitalism, in a 21st [...]

Statement by American Rights at Work Executive Director Kimberly Freeman Brown on Passage of the NLRB Resolution to Ensure a Fair Vote for Workers

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 30, 2011 CONTACT: Zoe Bridges-Curry (202) 822-2127 x122 [email protected] Statement by American Rights at Work Executive Director Kimberly Freeman Brown on Passage of the NLRB Resolution to Ensure a Fair Vote for Workers Washington, DC – Today, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) [...]

A How-To Guide to Slashing California’s Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2050

This analysis is quite general in its application to the developed world. It makes the key point: the way to save our civilization from the ravages of climate disaster is straightforward from a science and engineering standpoint. The key difficulty is with rich and reactionary fossil fuels industries buying the national politicians and distorting [...]

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