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SOLAR 09-08-14

Solar generation reaches new heights

As of June, installed solar capacity in the U.S. grew to nearly 16 gigawatts, enough to power more than 3.2 million homes

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New Mexico eyes nuke project after ruling

This action could open the door in Lea and Eddy counties for a long-term interim storage facility for spent nuclear fuel

Chevron Mining OKs settlement

Chervon Mining Inc. has reached a $4 million settlement to restore natural resources damaged as a result of hazardous substances being released at its mine in northern New Mexico.

Momotombo, perhaps Nicaragua’s most iconic volcano, rises beside Lake Managua on Aug. 7. Geothermal energy is a pillar of Nicaragua’s headlong rush into renewable energy sources. (Tim Johnson/MCT)

Nicaragua’s green power revolution

After years of rolling blackouts, this Central American country has jumped into the deep end of alternative energy development. It seems to be paying off.

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