Friday, July 31, 2009

Down the Foxhole - FlashDen

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FlashDen Files of the Week

Posted: 31 Jul 2009 08:17 AM PDT

I keep wondering to myself, as we continually raise the bar on quality and only accept the very best files on FlashDen, if the FD Files of the Week will simply be every single file we publish each week?! What an interesting thought! :-) We’ve got a bumper collection of outstanding files this week, so sit back and enjoy the highlights from this week’s files on FlashDen. Congratulations to all the authors whose files are featured below. Keep-up the awesome work! :-)


Latest From : CleanTechnica

Latest From : CleanTechnica


The Tipping Point for Green Jobs: Johns Manville Dives Into Solar Roof Market

Posted: 31 Jul 2009 04:58 AM PDT

Johns Manville partners with Energy Conversion Devices to Market CIGS Thin Film Solar Building materials giant Johns Manville, a Berkshire Hathaway company once best known for its asbestos shingles, has just announced that it is entering  the solar roof market in a big way.  The company will buy thin film solar laminates made by Michigan-based United Solar Ovonic, a subsidiary of Energy Conversion Devices.  United Solar has already started bringing green jobs into Michigan, and the Johns Manville connection could mean that more expansion is in store.

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Could “Fossil Free” Fossil Fuels Be in Our Future?

Posted: 30 Jul 2009 05:01 PM PDT

Our race to find alternative fuels is critical not only because gasoline-powered vehicles emit lots of CO2–it’s also important because we’re running out of the sticky stuff. But what if the Earth could produce fossil fuels without the fossils?

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Renewable Energy on the Rise, Fossil Fuels Declining

Posted: 30 Jul 2009 01:45 PM PDT

The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) reported good news for renewable energy enthusiasts this week. Energy from renewable resources has increased significantly over the last year. It is now higher than energy produced from nuclear power.

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