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A new Iowa law creates tax credits that encourage large retail dealers to use ethanol and biodiesel for 25 percent of their sales by volume by 2021. Meanwhile, restrictions on selling E85 have been lifted in Arizona and New Mexico, while New York is promoting more biofuels use in cars and homes.
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The upside down window blinds at Caywood Elementary School aren’t a design flaw, but rather, an energy-efficient technique that helped save the school $35,000 in just six months.
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A short white paper on daylighting technologies from January 2006.
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Energy bills at Oxfordshire’s largest hospitals have more than doubled in three years and managers are considering ways of generating their own electricity including solar and wind power.
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Surging energy costs are putting the squeeze on hospitals like never beforeÃ¢â‚¬â€scrambling budgets, sometimes tripling gas and electric bills and siphoning off cash that might otherwise be used for needed capital projects. The good news: There are untapped conservation opportunities galore to help soften the impact.
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Yes, it’s nice to lower energy bills, but for some homeowners, building to be environmentally friendly is about something bigger.
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Despite rising oil prices, growing concerns about climate change and uneasiness over dependence on foreign energy, AmericansÃ¢â‚¬â„¢ awareness and use of alternative fuel technologies is still fairly low, according to a recent Synovate survey.