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Colorado State professors use Colo. company for ancient city research

Two Colorado State University professors are using a Colorado developed technology to uncover ancient secrets in Mexico. Christopher Fisher and Stephen Leisz used Light Detection and Radar technology to document thousands of architectural features from an ancient city in western Mexico that will provide insights into the formation of the pre-Hispanic Purepecha empire, andhelp unravel… Continue Reading Colorado State professors use Colo. company for ancient city research

Solar energy exports top $5.6 billion

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U.S. Solar Industry exported $5.6 billion last year, according to the U.S. Solar Energy Industry Association. The biggest export item was photovoltaic components, which accounted for more than 99 percent of last year’s exports, with solar heating and cooling equipment claiming the remainder. For the manufacturing industry, 2010 was a record year for the photovoltaic… Continue Reading Solar energy exports top $5.6 billion

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