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Four of 10 Wells Forecast to Fail in Northeastern Pa.

About 40 percent of oil and gas wells in parts of the Marcellus shale region will likely leak methane, says a Cornell-led research team...

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Fracking Fluid Has Increased Pollution Potential

The properties that make fracking fluid effective at extracting natural gas from shale also make associated pollutants, such as heavy metals, leach out...

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Tompkins Residents Can Get Solar Panels at a Discount

Solar Tompkins aims to double the amount of solar-panel electricity generated in the county, residents encouraged to enroll in the program through July...

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Geothermal Heat Pumps Keep Cell Tower Cool

In collaboration with Verizon Wireless, Cornell engineers are testing a geothermal heat pump system to control the climate of a cellular tower shelter on campus...

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Planned Panels Would Double Tompkins Solar Electricity

Solar Tompkins is aiming to double the amount of solar-panel electricity that Tompkins County homes and small businesses generate...

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Tompkins County Communities Embrace Solar Power

Solarize Tompkins SE helps residents of Dryden, Caroline, and Danby convert to solar water and electricity...

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Riley Robb Heat Recovery Energy Conservation Project Saves $35,000 & 61 Tons CO2e Annually

New glycol loop and coils where installed to transfer heat between the exhaust air and outside air in a nominal 20,000 cfm 100% outside air laboratory ventilation system north wing...

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There's Still Time to Comment on the NYS Energy Plan!

Comments on the NYS Energy Plan will be taken through May 30, 2014

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Johnson's Green Fund to Help Combat Climate Change

Johnson Graduate School of Management’s Center for Sustainable Global Enterprise launched a green revolving fund to enhance energy conservation efforts in campus buildings...

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Control Methane Now, Greenhouse Gas Expert Warns

Cornell ecology professor fears that we may not be many years away from an environmental tipping point – and disaster...