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All things green, bad and ugly, the official blog the for RecyclBills.com L...

 
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Living a Natural Life in an Industrial World

 


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An important if ignominious chapter in American nuclear energy has come to a close. Exelon has shut down Three Mile Island's Generating Station Unit 1 reactor after 45 years of use. The reactor isn't the one behind the accident in March 1...

In this week's newsletter: Airbnb, WeWork and Postmates prep IPOs.

Arch Rao, the former head of product at Tesla who was behind the company’s Powerwall home energy storage is system, is back with a new company pitching energy management and efficiency for homes. SpanIO is looking to upgrade the electrical fuse...

There are variations of a joke that have been making their way round the Internet. A version goes something like this: Q: What is the difference between pedophiles and Republicans? A: Washington, D.C. and Big Tech will work with pedophiles. We all kn...

LA's next source of energy: a massive solar panel and lithium battery array in the Mojave, operated by 8minute Solar Energy, and capable of supplying 6-7% of the city's energy budget, with four hours of nighttime use. It will cost an eye-poppingly lo...

Solar energy is the future and it keeps getting better. Not only are renewables cheaper than destructive gas and coal energy they also have other positive effects. Recently it’s been discovered that solar fields can be used as a really good pla...

During Wednesday’s town hall on the climate crisis, 10 Democratic presidential candidates discussed issues of fossil fuels, fracking, carbon taxes, electric vehicles—and lightbulbs. Earlier that day, the Trump Administration had rolled back rules...