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POET Opens First Buckeye Ethanol Plant: POET Biorefining opened its 22nd ethanol facility in Leipsic, Ohio, the first for the state. POET says the plant cost $105 million and will produce 65 million gallons a year – Renewable Energy Access.

Tata Motors Debuts Two-Cylinder Nano: The Tata Nano, dubbed the “People’s Car,” is aimed at the Indian market and only costs US$2,550. The tiny car will be available in late 2008 – Green Car Congress.

27 Electric Cars to Charge the Road: Covering everything from the three-wheeled Aptera to the eight-wheeled Eliica, this list covers the EV market – Venture Beat.

EPA Skips Calif. Waiver Meeting: EPA head Stephen Johnson snubbed Sen. Barbara Boxer’s invitation to attend a meeting on the EPA’s recent rejection of California’s emission waiver application. I for one wouldn’t want to cross the Chief Deputy Whip – Autoblog Green.

Is ethanol everybody’s fuel?: An investigative journalist looks at what the ethanol boom is doing to the social life in Brazil – International Herald Tribune.

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Green energy is definitely the best solution in most cases. Technology like solar energy, wind power, fuel cells, zaps electric vehicles, EV hybrids, etc have come so far recently. Green energy even costs way less than oil and gas in many cases.

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