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NEW MEXICO GOVERNOR TO PROCLAIM “BIONEERS – DREAMING NEW MEXICO DAY”

The State of New Mexico will proclaim June 25th as official “Bioneers – Dreaming New Mexico Day”

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Solar power planned for water diversion project

Solar power planned for water diversion project

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North Eddy County bio-fuel facility gears up for operation

North Eddy County bio-fuel facility gears up for operation

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Local Groups Gather for Dreaming New Mexico Food System Summit

Local Groups Gather for Dreaming New Mexico Food System Summit

The centerpiece of Dreaming New Mexico’s “Age of Localized Foodsheds and a Fair Trade State” is a “future map” and companion booklet that depict both the state of the State’s food system and the “dreams” of what it could be – positive scenarios for change. DNM co-director Peter Warshall, a polymath biologist, anthropologist and former public official who created “The Age of Local Foodsheds” map, will present the project’s findings at 2pm March 10th to open the Summit.

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Public comment sought on power plants

Public comment sought on power plants

The Environmental Protection Agency is seeking public comment on an analysis and options for reducing air pollution from two power plants in the Four Corners area.

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NM company to develop hydrogen power plant

NM company to develop hydrogen power plant

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A New Mexico-based energy technology company announced plans Wednesday to develop in southern New Mexico what it calls the world's first utility-scale, zero-emissions hydrogen power plant.

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Obama Administration Awards More than $141 Million for State Energy Programs in Six States and Territories

Obama Administration Awards More than $141 Million for State Energy Programs in Six States and Territories

Funding Will Speed Adoption of Efficiency and Renewable Energy Technologies in Hawaii, Maine, Nebraska, New Mexico, Northern Mariana Islands and Texas

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University NM-Taos Celebrates Energy Independence Day

University NM-Taos Celebrates Energy Independence Day

July 1, 2009 will forever be known as Energy Independence Day as the University of New Mexico - Taos is now officially 100% powered by the sun - the first community college in the United States to meet this goal.

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Schott's New Mexico Plant Commissioned

Schott's New Mexico Plant Commissioned

Schott Solar AG has opened a new manufacturing facility for photovoltaic modules and receivers for solar thermal power plants in Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA.

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eSolar to Develop CSP Plant in New Mexico

eSolar to Develop CSP Plant in New Mexico

eSolar to Develop CSP Plant in New Mexico

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BIONEERS’ DREAMING NEW MEXICO PROJECT WINS INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

BIONEERS’ DREAMING NEW MEXICO PROJECT WINS INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

Dreaming New Mexico selected as first runner-up for the prestigious 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

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Dreaming New Mexico selected as runner-up for the 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

Dreaming New Mexico selected as runner-up for the 2009 Buckminster Fuller Challenge

In addition to the winner, the distinguished jury selected a runner up and two honorable mentions from a pool of nearly 200 entries.

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Dreaming New Mexico among 33 outstanding finalists for Buckminster Fuller Challenge

Dreaming New Mexico among 33 outstanding finalists for Buckminster Fuller Challenge

Dreaming New Mexico among 33 outstanding finalists for Buckminster Fuller Challenge

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Solar energy, green jobs are big winners in 2009 legislative session

Solar energy, green jobs are big winners in 2009 legislative session

The 2009 New Mexico legislative session may be remembered by many as the one when the money stopped flowing and painful budget decisions had to be made. But renewable energy advocates say 2009 is actually the year when state government got on board the renewable energy bandwagon.

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Tri-State to build solar plant in northeast NM

Tri-State to build solar plant in northeast NM

A 500,000-panel solar photovoltaic power plant that will stretch for nearly a mile is being planned on the high plains of northeastern New Mexico between Springer and Cimarron. Tri-State Generation and Transmission Association of Westminster, Colo., announced Tuesday it has entered into an agreement with Tempe, Ariz.-based First Solar Inc. to develop the plant. It will produce 30 megawatts - enough electricity for the needs of about 9,000 homes.

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Solar energy financing proposal clears NM House

Solar energy financing proposal clears NM House

Residential and commercial property owners will have a new option for financing solar power systems under a proposal approved by the New Mexico House

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US senator urges renewable energy expansion in NM

US senator urges renewable energy expansion in NM

Rural New Mexico can benefit from efforts to expand the production of electricity from renewable energy sources such as wind and solar power, U.S. Sen. Tom Udall said Monday.

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New Mexico green jobs activist testified before Congress today

New Mexico green jobs activist testified before Congress today

Juan Reynosa, a 27-year-old field organizer with New Mexico Youth Organized, was in Washington D.C. today testifying before the House Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming.

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City to launch "Buy Into It" campaign

City to launch "Buy Into It" campaign

This is a campaign to build awareness of and confidence in our local economy.

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New Mexico conference focuses on green economy

New Mexico conference focuses on green economy

Bioneers Dreaming New Mexico Project, New Energy Economy, the Regional Development Corporation and the state departments of Economic Development and Workforce Solutions developed a two-day conference that began Wednesday in Santa Fe to talk about opportunities for attracting green jobs to New Mexico and legislation that would encourage the state's green economy.

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