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  • ... Intel /Flickr/ Creative Commons License Bad news looms for California buyers of solar panels: the economic malaise ... discretionary income each month. Just a thought. ReWire is dedicated to covering renewable energy in California. Keep in ...
  • ... sink in: at last week's Solar Power International 2012 trade show in Orlando, Florida, Shoals promoted its new product by hosting a ... unfunny, but it might end up costing them money. ReWire is dedicated to covering renewable energy in California. Keep in ...
  • ... are what are, in our view, the five most important stories ReWire worked on in 2013. Each of them will likely continue to be important ... and the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service recently made news by offering wind developers 30-year permits to kill bald and golden ...
  • ReWire started reporting on renewable energy in California a year ago this ... ago, with a letter to the editor of the Buffalo Evening News I wrote in my early teens. I started reporting for a living on climate ... developments uncritically. That's probably fine for the trade press read mainly by people working for energy companies, but it does ...
  • ... labor and setup costs. The drop in such costs is welcome news , though the U.S. still has a long way to go to trim the fat there. ... of installed price reductions on a long-term basis. ReWire is dedicated to covering renewable energy in California. Keep in ...
  • ReWire takes a look at the stories you thought were the most ... birds. 4) People seemed to like our piece on the global shutdown of one of Siemens' models of wind turbines; their visits ... friends have our continuing sympathy. 1) More Good News About The 'Scientific Accident That May Change The World' : An ...
  • One more place to shop should have been good news in an otherwise dreary time. But a trip to the reopening of Fox Hills ... Robinsons-May sold cosmetic lines for black women--partly because the Fox Hills corner of Culver City is notably black. The stores ...
  • ... the city at little risk. But if CIM does default, perhaps because tourists get their fill of Cirque du Soleil in Las Vegas or Santa ...
  • ... it is they are eating. No wonder then that when peopled were asked this summer whether they supported Prop 37, so many answered yes. ... worried about monocrops and pesticide use or that the GMO industry has been taking legal action against non-GMO farmers who ...
  • ... Fremont High School this week made sure their chants were heard through closed car windows on San Pedro Street: ... of his campus. "We are not a failure, we are not a failing school. We are very much an improving school." Some test scores ...

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