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In Kansas, Climate Skeptics Embrace Cleaner Energy

Submitted by Virginie on Mon, 10/25/2010 - 14:06

Salina, Kansas ran an experiment to see if by focusing on thrift, patriotism, spiritual conviction and economic prosperity, it could rally residents of six Kansas towns to take meaningful steps to conserve energy and consider renewable fuels. NY Times

Net Zero Energy Competition

Submitted by v6070 on Fri, 10/22/2010 - 10:21

$10,000 Zero Net Energy Building Award: Do you have or know of a net zero energy home or business? If you know of a building in the Northeast that captures as much energy as it consumes it could win $10,000! To be eligible for the award, buildings must be occupied and document net-zero energy use for one year. Zero Net Energy Building Award.

This course was special not just because it was the first geothermal course we’ve done in the Adirondacks, but because of the unique facilities in which it was held in. The IGSHPA accredited geothermal training course was held at The Wild Center.