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News Archives - 2004


Federal Teams Honored for Energy Achievements
DOE Breaks Ground on New Energy Research Building
DOE Awards $94.8 Million to Weatherize Homes in 20 States


New High-Efficiency High-Rise Breaks Ground in Manhattan
California Plans to Install Solar Power on One Million Homes
Building Technologies Program Constructs a New Web Site


California Utility Reopens Residential Energy Efficiency Program
Energy-Efficient Solar Homes Sprouting Up Nationwide
Energy Efficiency Yields Big Savings for Mississippi Schools
San Francisco to Include Efficiency and Solar Power in 1,600 Homes
National Solar Tour Kicks Off on October 2nd


DOE Offers Grants to Small Businesses for Energy Technologies
Energy Trust of Oregon Yields Big Energy Savings
California Postal Facility Installs Largest Federal Solar Array
EPA Launches Heat Island Effect Web Site
BP Solar to Boost U.S. Production of Solar Cells and Modules
IEA: World Energy Demand May Increase 59 Percent by 2030


DOE, EPA, and Non-Profits Emphasize Ways to Cut Heating Bills
EIA Boosts Projections for Winter Heating Bills


West Coast States Strengthen Greenhouse Gas Reduction Efforts
Energy Efficiency Report Highlights Commercial Buildings, Ducts, and Power Supplies
Sam Bodman Nominated as Secretary of Energy
Bay-Area Postal Facilities to Combine Efficiency, Fuel Cell, and Solar Power