Archive for February 2015

Heroin Recovery Treatment

Heroin is a standout amongst the most addictive opiates in history. Individuals have been known to wind up dependent on heroin from their first exposure to it, and they must be hospitalized to start recuperation from heroin overdose. When somebody gets to be subject to a medication, for example, heroin, they need to get a […]


MIT-Led Panel Backs Geothermal ‘Heat Mining’ as a Key U.S. Energy Source: A study sponsored by the U.S. Department of Energy and conducted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has found that geothermal energy in the United States could achieve a capacity of 100,000 megawatts — enough to supply about 25 million homes — in […]


Solar Roadmap for Arizona Unveiled – Report Touts Solar Energy’s Bright Future in the State: Arizona could generate up to 1,000 megawatts of solar electricity and create 3,000 jobs by 2020 by supporting solar-energy technologies and boosting the state’s solar-electric industry, a state report says. ARIZONA SOLAR ELECTRIC ROADMAP STUDY <> On January 19, 2007, […]


New Report Touts Vast Energy Efficiency Potential in Texas; Challenges TXU, Other Utilities’ Call for Costly New Power Plants: Here’s a way to avoid spending billions of dollars on proposed high-polluting power plants in Texas: Saving energy. A new report concludes that Texas can meet its growing energy needs without spending money on expensive new […]


Tackling Global Warming at the Local Level – U.S. Cities Are Struggling to Meet Greenhouse Gas Emissions Targets: Institute for Local Self-Reliance, January 10, 2007 The January 2007 report, “Lessons from the Pioneers: Tackling Global Warming at the Local Level” by the Institute for Local Self-Reliance (ILSR), looks at ten of the most visible and […]


The Potential for Renewable Energy in Iowa Clean energy policies could save Iowa consumers more than $1 billion, create 5,000 jobs and cut fossil-fuel pollution by 2020, Environment Iowa said in new report. Executive Summary Iowa can be a leader in renewable energy, providing home-grown power to increase our state’s and country’s energy security. Fortunately, […]

From Sun Day Campaign

SUN DAY CAMPAIGN 6930 Carroll Avenue, Suite #340 Takoma Park, MD 20912 301-270-NIRS, ext.23 INTRODUCTION: The following studies were produced by various governmental, business, academic, and non-profit organizations. Each provides information and analyses about the near-term potential and/or status of renewable energy and energy efficient technologies. Collectively, they document how it is possible to […]