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In the 2007 Energy Act, the U.S. Congress ordered all incandescent light bulbs to be off stores' shelves by 2014. This sent the light bulb industry to work around the clock to developa new, more efficient technology - light emitting diodes. Clean Skies News' Dipka Bhambhani looks at the advancements in and the drawbacks of LED technology.
President Barack Obama is awarding $2.3 billion in tax credits for energy efficient companies, intending to create 17,000 jobs by 2013. Hoping this stimulus plan will move the country into a clean energy economy, these credits are meant to redesign our manufacturing infrastructure. Clean Skies News looks at the winning projects and how they can help both the economy and green living.
President Obama's energy and climate czar, Carol Browner, talks about a clean energy economy. Clean Skies News is there. Also, Human rights advocates are calling for new international climate law to protect tens of millions worldwide they say are displaced from their homes because of natural disasters caused by climate change. And, The federal government is providing $187 million in funding for nine projects to improve fuel efficiency of heavy trucks and passenger vehicles.