GGKP announces Annual Conference call for abstracts

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NewEnergyNews Daily Headlines: EUROPE’S OFFSHORE WIND PROGRESS THIS YEAR

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We’re About to Hit $20bn of Green ‘Labeled’ Bonds Issued This Year

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real-world economics review – issue no. 67″ : Loanable funds vs. endogenous money: Krugman is wrong, Keen is right

real-world economics review – issue no. 67 real-world economics review – Subscribers: 24,474       Subscribe here      Blog      ISSN 1755-9472  – A journal of the World Economics Association (WEA) 12,557 members, join here – Sister open access journals: Economic Thought and World Economic Review  – back issues at www.paecon.net    recent issues: 66 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57  Issue no. 67, 9 May 2014     http://www.paecon.net/PAEReview/issue67/whole67.pdf     You can download the whole issue as …

Solar Portfolio Update and Market Update – 10-9-2013

Solar Portfolio’s Update I initiated our second 2013 solar portfolio (2013 Solar Portfolio (2) ) at the market opening on 26 June, subsequent to the introduction of President Obama’s new energy policy, which I thought was a positive step, although, far from what I would consider a “bold step” for …

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News: Broad-scale genome tinkering with help of an RNA guide: Biotechnology tool borrowed from pathogenic bacteria

ScienceDaily: Top Environment News Broad-scale genome tinkering with help of an RNA guide: Biotechnology tool borrowed from pathogenic bacteria Mechanism behind squids’ and octopuses’ ability to change color revealed Microbial who-done-it for biofuels Computer can infer rules of the forest Secret of plant geometry revealed: How plants set the angles …

U.S. Department of Commerce In Partnership With Watershed Capital Organizes 1st Impact & Sustainable Certified Trade Mission

The U.S. Department of Commerce in Washington, DC and Watershed Capital Group are pleased to announce the first Impact & Sustainable Certified Trade Mission.  The Impact & Sustainable Trade Mission will take place September 30, October 1, and October 2 in Zurich, Amsterdam, and London.  The Trade Mission provides a venue for European institutional …

Is SEI’s Online Campus Really That Good?

  Is SEI’s Online Campus Really That Good?   Starting tomorrow, SEI is offering the following online sessions: PVOL101: Solar Electric Design and Installation (Grid-Direct) PVOL202: Advanced PV System Design and the NEC (Grid-Direct) Call SEI’s Student Services at (970) 963-8855 x1 Online Learning for Technical Training? One of the questions Solar Energy …

UNVEILING AND EXPLAINING THE PRESIDENT’S PROPOSED FY’14 ENERGY BUDGET

UNVEILING AND EXPLAINING THE PRESIDENT’S              PROPOSED FY’14 ENERGY BUDGET     The non-profit Environment and Energy Study Institute held one of its many Congressional briefings, and on Friday, April 19th, the briefing was on The Administration’s proposed FY14 energy budget.   Jason Walsh, Senior Advisor, Dept. of Energy Office of …

FUTURIST UPDATE Big Data and the Neworked World of 2020, Special issue FREE online

June 2012 Special FREE online from the July/August issue of THE FUTURIST: The Abundance Builders By Peter H. Diamandis and Steven Kotler Progress occurs when inventive people solve problems and create opportunities. Here, Peter Diamandis (left) and best-selling science writer Steven Kotler present just a few of the breakthroughs that …