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View Resource California Electricity: Facts, Myths, and National Lessons

This PowerPoint presentation is entitled "California Electricity: Facts, Myths, and National Lessons." These handout graphics for Amory Lovins's presentation to the Commonwealth Club were slightly...

http://www.rmi.org/rmi/Library/U01-02_CaliforniaElectricityF...
View Resource EPA Power Sector Analysis Using the Integrated Planning Model

While it is a fairly complicated and detailed presentation, this slideshow explains the use of an Integrated Planning Model in the application of cap and trade. The model provides least-cost...

http://www.nrel.gov/analysis/collab_analysis/docs/2008/1008_...
View Resource Enertia Homes

Enertia® Homes are well-designed homes. They have a design life of 300 years, which means that here at Enertia we think tens- of-generations into the future and plan for homes that will endure ...

http://www.enertia.com/Plans/tabid/89/Default.aspx
View Resource Global Politics of Food and Water

The 2014 annual Camden Conference focused on the Global Politics of Food and Water. Presentations were videotaped, and are available for viewing on the Camden Conference website. Keynote Address:...

http://www.camdenconference.org/2014-conference/2014-confere...
View Resource Wind Power Curves & Community cConsiderations

Wind power curves describe how much power a particular wind turbine can extract from the wind at a variety of different wind speeds and regimes. While these curves have a similar shape, they are...

http://www.pspb.org/e21/media/Siting_Wind_Power_v112_TN.pdf
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