February Issue 2009

 

On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was shot during a performance at Ford’s...

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| February 2009
According to Forbes, Boston-based Philips Color Kinetics and other firms are in a race to create technologies and appliances that do a better job of converting electricity to

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| February 2009
According to the Wall Street Journal, already weathering losses from the economic downturn, power companies are bracing themselves for what could possibly be a permanent chang

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| February 2009
According to the Los Angeles Times, L.A.

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| February 2009
For years, solar power was too cost-prohibitive for the average consumer.

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| February 2009
Public and private investment in technology designed to mine energy from under the earth's surface is picking up, according to Christian Science Monitor.

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