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California Green Carpool Stickers: Going, Going..Gone!

DMV still accepting applications, but cannot currently issue and additional stickers Solo carpool-lane access has proven to be one of the most effective tools to get California drivers to buy plug-in electric cars. In the meantime, the California Department of Motor Vehicles will continue accept applications and put those owners …

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Sonoma Clean Power: PG&E Exit Fees-What’s Ahead?

What’s in Store for Community Choice and Sonoma Clean Power? PG&E wants to double exit charge on customers who opt for Community Choice. Fee increases would also apply to Sonoma Clean Power and Marin Clean Energy. Today, PUC president Michael Picker presides over a commission poised to eiNearly 90 percent …

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Flu Shots: Try These Top Four Natural Remedies Instead

 In case you haven’t seen or heard about the Cochran study, a comprehensive study conducted by totally independent scientists, here’s their essential conclusion: Flu vaccinations don’t work. If you’re not aware of it, that’s understandable. The Cochran Collaboration studies were published in 2010 without any fanfare from the mainstream media. …

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Proven Cases Where Dogs are Better for Your Health than Your Doctor

Dog owners will really be able to connect with this great article on topdogtips.com. This is something we already know, but there is some great scientific study behind it. Dogs make wonderful pets. They are great listeners, very loyal and loving companions. Many people say their lives would be empty without …

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The Many Simple Ways to Use Lemon For A Sore Throat and More.

A sore throat is often associated with 3 types of illnesses: Viral infections, bacterial infections and irritants. And there are several causes for this problem, including a common cold, laryngitis, mononucleosis (commonly known as mono), uvulitis, stomach acid, strep throat, tonsillitis, epiglottitis, allergies and chronic fatigue sydrome. Once you knew …

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How to Build Your Own Rainwater Collection System at Home

There are so many reasons to harvest the water from the rainy season. Imagine being to harvest enough water to grow your own garden or keep for emergency preparation. Below is a quick lesson on how to create a rainwater collection system that will actually save you money and give …

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Solar Power Bright future After Recent PUC ruling

 This is good news for solar and a step in the right direction. However, we are still going to see some changes to the current Net Energy Metering agreement, changes soon to be announced. Daily News Reported: Rooftop solar-power panels have bloomed across houses and businesses over the last decade to …

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Sugar: Unlocking the Key to Better Health

The Science of Sugar: Here’s How Your Body Sees it The effects of sugar can take your body down a vicious cycle known as metabolic syndrome. UC Davis altered the diets of a group of volunteers for her study. Instead of her subjects eating food like rice, pasta or bread, she had …

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2013-Idaho Power Gets 15% Rate Hike

About 70% of all water in the West comes from snowpack and this year’s low levels are already putting a crimp on everything from fish to power generators. To make up for the shortfall caused by these factors, Idaho Power Company’s residential customers will be assessed a one-year surcharge of …

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