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New Scientific Findings Describe
Accelerating Climate Change
By Chuck Kutscher
Who Will Run the EPA’s
Office of Air and Radiation?
By Robert Ukeiley
MIT Solar Racer Headed to Australia
Fast-Charge Battery Holds Promise
20 new energy
Photovoltaics Light Up Nicaraguan Schools
By Brian Clark
24 the biz
Stimulus Bill a Boon to
Green Building Industries
By Rona Fried, Ph. D.
48 the trade
Zoning for Small Wind Turbines:
When the Turbine Quits
By Mick Sagrillo
50 howzit work?
Micro Combined Heat-Power Unit
By Seth Masia
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10 Solar Hero: Marlene Brown
22 View from the States: Delaware
52 New Products:
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60 Inside ASES
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68 Ad Index
70 Ask Ken: Q&As
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