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July 3, 2011 by  
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Nothing says summer like clothes drying on the line . But if you don’t have a back yard or if the bad weather won’t dry your clothes, get an indoor drying rack. Drying racks are inexpensive and you’ll make the money back in no time by saving on the electricity consumed by your dryer. Just be sure to get a good one that won’t fall down!  Here’s a sexy tip to stay cool:  in the summer months, place a fan in front of your wet hanging clothes to help bring the room temperature down a little.  Another bonus: drying your clothes in your bedroom during the winter months can help bring a little moisture back into the dry winter air, and your dry winter skin – how neat is that?!

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Renewable Energy Opportunities with the U.S. Government

October 21, 2010 by  
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This article is the first in a series by John K.

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“HOT” Bubble Power Goes to Work on Polluted Site in China

October 21, 2010 by  
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Scientists at the University of Utah have developed a new bubble-based technique for cleaning up polluted soil , especially soil contaminated with metals. The new technique may also work on polluted water. Testing is under way at a site at  Lake Taihu in China, which takes in polluted runoff from a heavily industrialized region

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Climate Disinformation Campaign Like Tobacco Industry’s Pro-Smoking Campaign: Steven Chu

March 15, 2010 by  
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Okay, so it’s not exactly a new metaphor. But it is a good one, and one with enough parallels to make anyone queasy. Which is why Obama’s Secretary of Energy, Nobel laureate Steven Chu, is fond of employing it.

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Electric Car Batteries May Cost Too Much For Energy Grid Storage

November 30, 2009 by  
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The idea of using electric cars to store energy for the power grid is a good one, I think . Unfortunately, it may be too expensive at this time to make any sense, according to one recent cost analyst.

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