EV WORLD ARCHIVES: 2000-2017
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2554 NEWS ITEMS ARCHIVED IN 2004

Neighbors Should Not Block Wind Farm Progress
Local opposition expressed for eight turbine wind farm in rural north central Massachusetts. - 03-Feb-2004

Water-guzzling Power Plants Targeted By Legislation
Producing a kilowatt-hour of electricity - the amount needed to burn a 100-watt light bulb for 10 hours - takes about three-fifths of a gallon of water. - 03-Feb-2004

US Federal FY 2005 Budget Recognizes Importance to Energy Efficiency
Alliance to Save Energy supports increased funding for energy efficiency measures as way to increase national security - 03-Feb-2004

Smart Energy Touted At Expo
Alternative energy becoming the hot venture capital investment arena - 03-Feb-2004

Bush Seeks Hydrogen Car Funding Increase
FY 2005 budget seeks additional $69 million in hydrogen vehicle funds - 03-Feb-2004

Ford Kills UK Plan to 'Green' Label Cars
The car label was modelled on the colour-coded A to G energy label on every new fridge, freezer and washing machine sold in Britain - 03-Feb-2004

IRS Certifies More Honda Hybrids for Clean Fuel Vehicle Deduction
New Honda Insight and Civic Hybrid qualify for $1,500-2,000 tax deduction depending on year of purchase - 04-Feb-2004

Global Warming: It's the Emissions, Sir!
A new Pentagon report challenges the White House stance on global warming. - 04-Feb-2004

Candidates' Views on Global Warming
Should the United States support the Kyoto treaty to limit global warming? - 04-Feb-2004

ExxonMobil's Dirty Century
Freinds of the Earth Internation charges the oil giant and its predecessors since the foundation of the Standard Oil Trust in 1882 have caused between 4.7 and 5.3 percent of all man-made carbon dioxide emissions across the globe. - 04-Feb-2004

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