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Department of Energy provides $ 6.3 million in grants for 16 energy storage prototypes

Solar-powered hydrogen production, “kosher” batteries to power a yeshiva on Sabbath and holidays, ice bricks that store energy and then release it into cooling systems, and a panel Combined solar and storage system for Bedouin farmers were among 16 projects to be received as part of a global grant of …

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Winter care of houseplants by Krista Harding

Krista hardingDistrict Extension Officer, HorticultureSouthwind Extension District111 S. ButlerErie, KS 66733Office: 620-244-3826Cell: 620-496-8786 I always find my house looks a bit bare after the holidays when the tree is downed and all the holiday knickknacks are put away. To be completely honest, it can be depressing! Winter months can be …

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New York becomes largest US city to ban new gas connections

The Big Apple has just become the largest city to have yet said goodbye to gas connections in new construction. New York City Council today passed a bill banning the burning of fossil fuels fuels in new buildings, phasing out the use of gas for cooking and heating. Tackling building …

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Civic Center renovations begin | News, Sports, Jobs

From left to right, Peter Dimmig, Civic Center Project Director, Joe Garso of North Woods Engineering, Tim Northrup of North Woods Engineering, 2023 World University Games mascot Adirondack Mac, SLCC Board chair Ollie Burgess, Assistant Secretary of State for Economic Development Barbara Rice, SLCC Board Member Mike Ritchie, SLCC Manager …

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The Lafayette Chevy Bel Air 1955 for women is beautifully restored

Today, cars are almost just another commodity. This was not the case in the 1950s. It was the time when automakers announced a specific date when dealers were allowed to show their new models for the upcoming model year. To add suspense, dealers would cover their showroom windows with butcher’s …

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Get The Dirt: Fall is a time for many changes!

By Lynn Barber and Paula Staples, UF / IFAS Extension Hillsborough County Fall is a season of change. We can turn off our air conditioning or change it from cold to hot. We go back one hour in time. As temperatures drop, the opportunity to assess our underground irrigation system …

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Daikin Strengthens Residential and Commercial Presence in Pacific Northwest with Two Key Acquisitions | New

HOUSTON – (BUSINESS WIRE) – Dec. 2 2021– Daikin North America LLC (Daikin) continued its ambitious customer-centric growth with the acquisition of Washington State companies Thermal Supply, Inc. and AirReps, LLC. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20211202005753/en/ Daikin North America LLC (Daikin) continued its ambitious …

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Japanese stocks gain after 3 days of decline, Omicron worries weigh

TOKYO, Dec. 1 (Reuters) – Japanese stocks rose on Wednesday after three consecutive sessions of strong losses, with stocks in paper and pulp, shipping and autos leading the rebound, although uncertainties about the impact of the Omicron coronavirus variant weighed on market sentiment. The Nikkei stock average (.N225) rose 0.8% …

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