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What is the U.S. Government's Plan to Reduce Gasoline Usage By 20% In The Next Ten Years?

In The State Of The Union Address, President Bush Announced His "Twenty In Ten" Plan To Reduce US Gasoline Usage By 20 Percent In The Next Ten Years.


MIT-led Panel Backs 'Heat Mining' as Key U.S. Energy Source

A comprehensive new MIT-led study of the potential for geothermal energy within the United States has found that mining the huge amounts of heat that reside as stored thermal energy in the Earth's hard rock crust could supply a substantial portion of the electricity the United States will need in the future, probably at competitive prices and with minimal environmental impact.


Energy Incentive Speeds Forest's Sector Progress to 100% Renewable Energy and Cleaner Air

The Forest Products Association of Canada (FPAC), representing Canada's largest industrial producer of renewable energy, today commended the Government of Canada on the introduction of the EcoENERGY Renewable Initiative, which will help the forest products industry continue its implementation of technologies to further reduce its greenhouse gas emissions.


Clean Air Renewable Energy Coalition Applauds ecoEnergy Announcement

Canada's ability to generate "Green Power" was given a boost today by the government's announcement of the ecoEnergy Renewable Power program.


Gov. Schwarzenegger Establishes World's First Low Carbon Standard for Transportation Fuels

World's first Greenhouse Gas Standard for transportation fuels will reduce dependence on oil, boost clean technology industry in California and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Energy Efficient Hydrogen Office and Demonstration Center Planned for Scotland

Plans for a world leading, energy efficient Hydrogen office and Demonstration Centre have been unveiled for Fife's flagship Energy Park in Methil, today 15 January 2007.



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