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6860 Dallas Pkwy #228 Plano, TX 75024
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Electric Utility Company, Natural Gas SupplierToday 7AM–10PM
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2 years ago
Really helpful posts, especially the ones on how to conduct an energy audit and how to read your meter. I will definitely use the information that I have received from your site!
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"We want to use our spending power to drive change," said Johnson & Johnson's Jed Richardson. #WindPower http://bloom.bg/2cR2DCx #EnergyNews
Johnson & Johnson, the world’s biggest maker of health-care products, agreed to buy 100 megawatts of capacity from a wind-power project in the Texas Panhandle.
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Thought you liked pumpkin patches? Check out apple orchards instead! #AppleWeek
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When the sun doesn't shine, these solar plants still generate electricity. http://bit.ly/2cR2dfm #EnergyNews
Striking monoliths surrounded by a sprawling array of mirrors use energy from the sun when it's not shining.
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New Costa Rican hydro plant is Central America's second-largest infrastructure after the Panama Canal. http://bit.ly/2cR7LGD #EnergyNews
Costa Rican President Luis Guillermo Solis, on Sept. 16, inaugurated the US$1.4 billion 305.5-MW Reventazon hydroelectric plant on the Reventazon River, located in the Limon province of Costa Rica.
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With almost 3K MW of solar capacity, North Carolina passes Arizona as #2 in the nation. http://bit.ly/2d3kvrP #EnergyNews
North Carolina ranks second in the U.S. for solar energy capacity after a huge number of installations last year, an industry report says.
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Who doesn't love a good #recipe? See what our team gathered and go enjoy delicious apples. #AppleWeek http://bit.ly/2cWBsWU
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Low visibility and white turbines have caused problems for white-tailed sea eagles in Japan. http://trib.in/2dhstxL #EnergyNews
So-called bird strikes are increasingly common as wind power-generation facilities are built across Japan, prompting a variety of measures to protect wild birds, including making the turbines clearly visible to birds and using sound to ward them off.
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One apple requires energy from at least 50 leaves to grow. #EnergyFact
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Norway's latest hydroelectric plant is just as artistic as it is utilitarian. http://bit.ly/2cR920d #EnergyNews
The stunning Øvre Forsland hydroelectric plant in Norway generates clean energy without ruining the view of its mountain surroundings.
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North Carolina now has the second largest solar capacity in the U.S. #EnergyFact
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NC State has figured out a way to use your body heat to create electricity. #thermoelectric http://bit.ly/2d3iDix #EnergyNews
New technology has determined a way to use sweat to power electricity
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