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News Archives - 2004

January

California Grants License for Largest U.S. Geothermal Plant

February

Since 1999, the Geothermal Technologies Program has won six R&D 100 awards!

March

Kansas Utility Seeks up to 200 Megawatts of Renewable Energy
Indian Tribes and Cities Teaming Up to Deploy Renewable Energy
States Offer Renewable Energy Funding

April

Western Governors Call for More Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

May

New System Generates 4.5 Megawatts from Gas Turbine Exhaust
USDA Offers $22.8 Million for Energy Efficiency and Renewables
Geothermal Power Projects Under Development in Nevada and Idaho

June

DOE announces new EGS grant recipients

July

L.A. Aims to Meet California's Renewable Energy Requirements
New 20-Megawatt Geothermal Plant Slated for Nevada
State Requirements and Green Power Markets: Both Yield More Renewables

August

Public Renewables Partnership Informs Utilities About Renewable Energy
DOE Announces GRED-III and State Energy Program Grant Awardees

September

Colorado Utility Seeks 500 Megawatts of Renewable Energy

October

DOE Offers Grants to Small Businesses for Energy Technologies
DOE to Fund Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency for Tribes
President Bush Signs New Energy Tax Incentives Into Law

November

Colorado Voters Approve Renewable Energy Requirement

December

State Technologies Advancement Collaborative Launches New Site