Author Archives: Tereza Coraggio

Farmers Electric Cooperative

YEAR ESTABLISHED: 1916 NUMBER OF MEMBERS: 650 MILES OF LINE: OVER 110 Located in the southeast corner of Iowa and in the heart of one of the largest Amish and Mennonite communities west of the Mississippi River, the Farmers Electric … finish reading Farmers Electric Cooperative

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A Darker Shade of Green: REDD Alert

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LightSail’s Compressed Air Energy and Germany’s Farmer Energy

LightSail Energy Advances Grid-Scale Compressed Air Energy Storage. LightSail Energy has developed an advanced grid-scale compressed air energy storage (CAES) technology that stores mechanical energy rather than electrochemical energy. With CAES, an electricity-powered air compressor drives air into storage tanks … finish reading LightSail’s Compressed Air Energy and Germany’s Farmer Energy

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Carbon Blood Money in Honduras

By Rosie Wong, March 9, 2012 With its muddy roads, humble huts, and constant military patrols, Bajo Aguán, Honduras feels a long way away from the slick polish of the recurring UN climate negotiations in the world’s capital cities. Yet … finish reading Carbon Blood Money in Honduras

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