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Masdar City to test GE 'smart' appliances

Pilot program in Abu Dhabi's planned carbon-neutral city will test grid coordination with appliances to run nonessential functions during off-peak hours.

By October 5, 2009

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Abu Dhabi's Masdar bets $2 billion on thin-film solar

Another 210 megawatts of thin-film solar capacity is set to go online in two years from Abu Dhabi clean-tech fund.

By May 29, 2008

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Masdar City in Abu Dhabi to lay claim to greenest city

A model of Masdar City--a zero-waste, zero-emissions city--will be shown on Monday. The plan includes banning cars.

By January 18, 2008

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SmartSynch offers universal router for smart grids

The IP-based GridRouter might give cautious consumer electronics companies more confidence about jumping on the smart-grid bandwagon.

By December 3, 2009

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More solar options for charging on the go

Konarka Technologies' flexible solar panels find their way onto backpacks in Europe and shade structures in Middle East and North Africa.

By October 29, 2009

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Green news harvest: Obama pushes energy agenda

In a speech to Congress, Obama calls for investment in clean energy and legislation to put a cap on greenhouse gas emissions.

By February 25, 2009

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Green news harvest: Hope for rebuilding power grid?

Feed-in tariff for Florida, U.S. way off on next-generation biofuels goals, pondering Google's energy plans, podcars in Ithaca, and more.

By October 17, 2008

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Solar start-up scores with series of tubes

Maker of CIGS thin-film solar tubes secures $600 million in funding and $1.2 billion in contracts.

By October 7, 2008

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Green news harvest: Fuel-cell gadget charger, liquor-powered iPod

Shai Agassi's Project Better Place sees the future in electric cars; shareholder resolutions related to climate change grow; Masdar opens solar plant in Germany; Coskata goes through the ringer; John McCain casts doubt on clean tech.

By August 21, 2008

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MIT researchers split water to store solar energy

Inspired by photosythesis, chemistry researchers at MIT devise a catalyst that can help store the sun's energy by splitting hydrogen and oxygen from water.

By July 31, 2008