This tiny off-grid Hawaiian home cost just $11,000 to build

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Factory collapse in Bangladesh kills seven and injures dozens more

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Click here to view the embedded video. The collapse of a cement factory in Bangladesh on Thursday has killed at least seven people and injured around 60 other people, according to reports from local police this morning. According to the video report above from EuroNews , up to 100 people were inside the five-story building when the roof collapsed during construction.  Reuters reports that that factory, run by a subsidiary of the Bangladesh army, was just being built in the port town of Mongla, about 210 miles southwest of the country’s capital, Dahka. Read the rest of Factory collapse in Bangladesh kills seven and injures dozens more Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: Bangladesh , Bangladesh factory accident , bangladesh factory collapse , building safety , cement factory collapse , dahka , labour rights , mongla , worker safety , workers rights

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Sonoma County will soon host the largest floating solar project in the U.S.

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Sonoma Clean Power (SCP) has unveiled plans to build a 12.5 megawatt floating solar project in Sonoma County, one that will not only be the biggest project of its kind in the U.S. but will also be the second largest in the world, after Kyocera’s planned 13.4MW facility in Japan . The project will be floated atop irrigation ponds in the county, preserving farmland for its conventional agricultural purposes while providing sustainable power to 3,000 homes in California’s wine country. Read the rest of Sonoma County will soon host the largest floating solar project in the U.S. Permalink | Add to del.icio.us | digg Post tags: California solar farms , floating solar , floating solar farm , floating solar power farm , floatovoltaics , photovoltaics , renewable energy , solar array , solar grid , Solar Power , solar power napa , wine country

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