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  • A new report and several new projects suggest land owned by the U.S. military could be ideal for solar energy bombardment. Learn more in Base Load.

  • Natural gas liquefaction projects continue to move forward on every U.S. coast in Export Coves.

  • Replacing all those lighting fixtures is yielding tangible results. See the evidence for yourself in Illuminations.

  • This month's compendium of business intelligence touches on topics including the U.S. Army's renewables initiative; Europe's car of the year; gas taxes; a new Chinese polysilicon plant; the latest shale gas spinoff project in the Keystone State; looming anti-dumping duties against solar products from China; clean energy centers looking for homes in New York; driving EVs from Vienna to Bratislava; news and speeches from a just-concluded nuclear energy conference; and a Blue Plate special (project) in New Orleans.

Vol.4 , Issue 05

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