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1517 NEWS ITEMS ARCHIVED IN 2002

Cheney Refuses to Give GAO Energy Plan Documents
Citing Presidential privilege, VP Cheney he will not give congressional investigators internal documents. - 28-Jan-2002

BigSpark Converts Waste Antifreeze and Motor Oil into Hydrogen Gas
EarthFirst NextGas says process creates superior cutting gas. - 28-Jan-2002

Congressional Battle Stalls Wind Power Tax Credit
Debate over economic stimulus package in Congress has stalled renewal of the wind production tax credit, stranding hundreds of millions of dollars in wind power investments in states like Montana, Oregon, South Dakota, and West Virginia. - 29-Jan-2002

Enron Wind Likely to be Sold To European Firm.
Enron Wind world's seventh largest wind turbine manufacturer being sought by Vestas, Nordex and GE. - 29-Jan-2002

Canada Bets on Natural Gas for Clean Stationary Power
Grande Praire, Alberta to test 1.6MW generator at water/wastewater treatement facility. - 30-Jan-2002

Mitsubishi, Shell and Johnson Matthey Establish Venture Capital Company for the Hydrogen Economy
Conduit Ventures Limited ("Conduit") will be Europe's first venture capital company focused on the high growth area of fuel cells and related hydrogen technologies. - 30-Jan-2002

New York Proposes ZEV Mandate Alternative
Alternative Compliance Program of ZEV mandate to lets carmakers meet initial 2004 requirements with Partial Zero Emission Vehicles, gradually moving to 100% compliance with California ZEV standards after 2006. - 30-Jan-2002

California ZEV Rule Changes Denied for Procedural Reasons
California Office of Administrative Law denies ZEV mandate rule changes, giving ARB 120 days to refile. - 30-Jan-2002

Electric Fuel Corp Cuts Costs to Focus on Sales
Cost-cutting program includes a voluntary cash compensation reduction of 35% by the Company's most senior executives. - 30-Jan-2002

ECD and Matsushita Agree to Stay
Stay agreed to to facilitate potential resolution of patent infringement dispute. - 31-Jan-2002

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