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insideclimatenews.org - Derek Harrison - A Puerto Rico Community Pushes for Rooftop Solar as Fossil-Fuel Plants Face Retirement - Inside Climate News
A Puerto Rico Community Pushes for Rooftop Solar as Fossil-Fuel Plants Face Retirement - Inside Climate News
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GUAYAMA, PUERTO RICO — The coastal communities of Guayama and Salinas in southern Puerto Rico feature acres of vibrant green farmland, and a rich, biodiverse estuary, the protected Jobos Bay, which stretches between the neighboring…

dailymail.co.uk - Ishita Srivastava For Dailymail.Com - Off-grid cottage on remote Florida island hits market for $799,000
Off-grid cottage on remote Florida island hits market for $799,000
Mail Online

A 1985 three-bedroom, two-bathroom cottage on Cook Island is up for sale The property is only accessible by boat, kayak or seaplane and has no utilities Cook Island was settled by Captain Percy Cook in 1923 For those looking for the perfect…

ocregister.com - gqlshare - What's trending in industrial space? Automation in towering cold storage boxes
What's trending in industrial space? Automation in towering cold storage boxes
Orange County Register

Many in the cold storage space are using automated storage and retrieval systems to more strategically manage their inventories. (iStockphoto via Getty Images) I've been a proud member of the Society of Industrial and Office Realtors since 2018.

mirror.co.uk - Benedict Tetzlaff-Deas - Northern Lights set to return as top stargazing spot in UK named - full list
Northern Lights set to return as top stargazing spot in UK named - full list
The Mirror

Britain's top stargazing spot has been revealed as scientists said the Northern Lights could return to the UK soon. People across the country spoke of their delight last weekend as the. While tours to see the aurora borealis in Iceland can cost…

gizmodo.com.au - Isaac Schultz - Scientist Trap Sunlight to Reach Temps of Nearly 2,000 Degrees Fahrenheit
Scientist Trap Sunlight to Reach Temps of Nearly 2,000 Degrees Fahrenheit
Gizmodo Australia

Engineers are cooking up a new clean energy solution: charging up crystals with solar energy to temperatures of 1,832 degrees Fahrenheit (1,000 degrees Celsius), potentially making them a greener substitute for the carbon-intensive processes that…

usatoday.com - Sally Hoelscher - Off the Grid: Sally breaks down USA TODAY's daily crossword puzzle, Restart
Off the Grid: Sally breaks down USA TODAY's daily crossword puzzle, Restart
USA TODAY

CLARO (1A: ' que si!' (Spanish 'Certainly!')) My Spanish is minimal and rusty, so I needed the help of crossing answers to uncover this answer. CLARO is the Spanish word for 'clear,' and the phrase 'CLARO que si!' means 'Certainly!' or 'Of course!'…

mashable.com - Mark Kaufman - Why Earthlings are safe when huge solar storms strike our planet
Why Earthlings are safe when huge solar storms strike our planet
Mashable

From time to time, the sun discharges billions of tons of solar matter, traveling millions of miles per hour, straight at Earth. Yet humans and life on the surface aren't physically harmed by the intense space radiation. That's why, when the…

dailymail.co.uk - Emma Richter For Dailymail.Com - Best places to live in the US revealed
Best places to live in the US revealed
Mail Online

The best place to live in the US has been revealed Town that was crowned first place is located in New Jersey The magician David Copperfield is among the famous names born there The best place to live in the U.S. has been revealed - and it might…

goodereader.com - Sovan Mandal - E Ink Showcased e-Tile and Other e-Paper Display at Display Week Event
E Ink Showcased e-Tile and Other e-Paper Display at Display Week Event
Good e-Reader

E Ink showcased its ‘e-tile' display at the Display Week in Los Angeles last week, the website DisplayDaily reported. The solar-powered e-Tile display comprising of a 2 x 4-inch e-paper display is unique in that these can function…

gizmodo.com - Gizmodo Staff - Raw Milk Sales Soar as Misguided Notions of Bird Flu Immunity Spread
Raw Milk Sales Soar as Misguided Notions of Bird Flu Immunity Spread
Gizmodo

This week, the Gizmodo science team explored the disturbing trend towards raw milk amid a bird flu outbreak among cattle, and the technological disruptions stemming from the historic geomagnetic storm that triggered stunning auroras across much of…

ndtv.com - Delhi's Peak Power Demand Reaches 6987 MW, Highest This Month So Far
Delhi's Peak Power Demand Reaches 6987 MW, Highest This Month So Far
NDTV

Delhi's peak power demand today clocked 6898 MW at 3:40 pm (Representational) New Delhi: Delhi's peak power demand has clocked this season's highest. According to the State Load Despatch Center (SLDC) data, it clocked 6987 MW on May 17; the highest…

telegraph.co.uk - Charlotte Lytton - The truth about getting air con at home - and how much it would actually cost you
The truth about getting air con at home - and how much it would actually cost you
The Telegraph

Scroll down to use our calculator to work out your summer energy costs based on your device and useage We're beginning to see the first glimpses of hot weather after the long wet months of winter. Yet just a couple of days of 29-degree temperatures…

inquisitr.com - Priyanka Pandey - Here's Why President Biden Just Agreed to Turn Off 60% Of America's Electricity
Here's Why President Biden Just Agreed to Turn Off 60% Of America's Electricity
INQUISITR

At the COP28, the annual United Nations climate change meeting being held in Dubai, U.S. Special Envoy for Climate John Kerry declared, but he did not specify when the current plants would have to be removed. As part of the Powering Past Coal…

therepublic.com - Staff Reports - Saving and protecting agricultural land for future farming - The Republic News
Saving and protecting agricultural land for future farming - The Republic News
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Over and over, I hear the argument against leasing farmland to solar for 30 years, but where is the argument for farmland being sold and developed, lost to concrete forever? It seems to me that there isn't much concern about allowing large…

journalstar.com - Matt Olberding - Lincoln's Nelnet no longer a student loan company, exec says
Lincoln's Nelnet no longer a student loan company, exec says
JournalStar.com

Nelnet got its start as a student loan company in 1996, and that's what it's been known as for the past 28 years. But CEO Jeff Noordhoek wants you to know that that's not really what it should be known for now. 'I do believe we should no longer be…

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