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  • Proposed San Onofre wave farm halted by feds

     
    An Orange County entrepreneur’s controversial proposal to build one of the nation’s first hydrokinetic wave farms off San Onofre State Beach isn’t quite dead, but it’s definitely treading water. Federal regulators this month...
  • California cap-and-trade money should be spent carefully, analyst says

     
    California cap-and-trade money can't be spent easily, a report warns. California Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to spend cap-and-trade money on budget issues may be complicated by the report....
  • EnergyGlass: Windows that make solar electricity

     
    EnergyGlass: A Florida company has introduced glass that it says can generate electricity as light -- sunlight or artificial light -- streams through the pane....
  • Who's in charge of the LAPD? [The reply]

     
    My column on Monday looking at a proposed change in the way the Los Angeles Police Department handles cars it seizes from unlicensed drivers drew the predictable response: Scores of readers wrote to complain that this is just another misguided......
  • Florida primary: How Mitt Romney won

     
    How did Romney win on Tuesday? The old-fashioned way: Negative advertising. Against an extravagantly vulnerable opponent like Gingrich, it’s hard to blame him....
  • The energy industry's disturbing influence on politics [Ted Rall cartoon]

     
    In a disturbing display of the energy industry's influence on politics, Gov. Jerry Brown fired a top regulator for refusing to loosen environmental regulations on a risky method of oil extraction. ALSO: Photos: Ted Rall cartoons Sarah Palin's attack on......
  • California invests in 'green' bonds

     
    California buys $400 million of green bonds from the World Bank....
  • Solar industry booming, but problems loom

     
    Solar power is a booming business in the U.S., according to a report released today by GTM Research and the Solar Energy Industries Association (SEIA). The study said that there were more domestic solar installations completed in the third quarter of this...
  • In first gulf oil lease auction since spill, BP bids -- and bids

     
    In the first auction of Gulf-based leases since the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, BP submitted 11 high bids for drilling leases....
  • Food prices will continue to rise in 2012, says USDA

     
    Food prices could rise as much as 3.5% next year...
  • Google investing $94 million in Sacramento-area solar plants

     
    Google announced Tuesday that it's investing $94 million in solar panel farms in the Sacramento area. The money will go toward four photovoltaic (PV) panel farms built by San Francisco-based Recurrent Energy, which is owned by tech-giant Sharp, and will...