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The city of Orange in NSW announces a stormwater harvesting program to supply 90 per cent of its water, September 29, 2008

Pacific Gas & Electric has inked deals with OptiSolar and SunPower to establish 800 megawatts of solar farms in California, which could become the world's largest set of grid-tied photovoltaic installations. The new plants would provide 1.65 billion kilowatt hours each year, enough to serve nearly 250,000 homes, according to Jack Keenan, CEO and senior vice president of PG&E. via Green Tech - CNET, August 14, 2008

The Drake Landing solar community is the first community to be completely solar powered for heating in North America.

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