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Opposite Day in America?

Opposite Day in America?

As we remember watching in horror as oil spilled into the Gulf for weeks on end, let’s also remember we live in a land where there is a growing narrative of solution stories both across the country and here at home that illustrates how we are building the clean-energy economy brick by brick.

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Electric vehicles gaining steam in South Sound

Electric vehicles gaining steam in South Sound

We’re sending half a trillion dollars to foreign countries for oil. We’re undermining the financial structure of the United States,” said David Laur of Lacey. “I have a son who’s 4 years old. I don’t want him to look me in the face and ask why we had a chance to move away from an oil-based society and didn’t."

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United Streetcar putting Americans to work

United Streetcar putting Americans to work

The streetcars rolling through Portland, Oregon, are helping commuters beat the rising cost of refueling their cars and vans and trucks. And, as rising gas prices take a bigger bite out of family budgets, other communities are looking to ease that bite through similar transportation options.

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Google to invest $100 million in world's largest wind farm

 Google to invest $100 million in world's largest wind farm

The $2 billion Shepherds Flat project, near Arlington, Oregon, is due to be completed next year. It will stretch over 30 square miles of north-central Oregon and generate enough energy for 235,000 U.S. homes.

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New website offers expert assistance for rural clean energy projects

New website offers expert assistance for rural clean energy projects

Our new Harvesting Clean Energy website is your ringside seat to agriculture and the clean energy community’s collaboration for energy efficiency and homegrown power in the rural Northwest.

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