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- NY Post editorial: Beacon, Energy, Solyndra, and the Northeast power outages
- The Buffalo News: Fracking boom could go bust in N.Y.
- Why natural gas beats wind power and other “green” experimental energy technologies
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- Left-wing activists are blocking a budding U.S. energy resource
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- Video: New York Energy Citizens stand up for jobs
- Trying to make economic that which is not
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- "Facts are sorely needed."
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