Future Energy eNews September 25, 2002

1) Solar Decathalon contest on the DC Mall showcases fourteen full-size, energy-efficient, solar-powered homes (Sept 26- Oct 6).

2) Energy Summit 2002 Washington Chamber of Commerce conference. RealPlayer link

3) Energy Suppression to be reviewed on History Channel tonight: "Secret Societies" is on at 8PM and 12 midnight. It's a special they describe as "incredible but true."

1) Solar Decathlon and Other Energy News

The U.S. Department of Energy's first student competition to design and
operate the most attractive and effective solar-powered house. The National
Mall, Washington, D.C. September 26 - October 6, 2002 - Daily Hours: 9
a.m. - 5 p.m. Fourteen universities participating. Guided tours available every

day. Exhibits next to Solar Decathalon Village between 4th and 7th St. NW.

DOE Secretary Abraham leads awards ceremony on Sat. Oct. 5 at 11:45 AM.


Sustainable Energy Coalition Urges Energy Bill Conferees to Reject Portions
of House Electricity Proposal that are a Step Backward for Clean Energy

INTERVIEW - Norton wants energy bill veto if no ANWR drilling

White House seeks US oil drilling to counter OPEC

With White House Approval, E.P.A. Pollution Report Omits Global Warming

In Quietly Courting Africa, U.S. Likes the Dowry: Oil


Basin Electric announces 80-MW of wind energy for Dakotas

Hussein Says Bush Wants to Control Mideast Oil

Review of Jeremy Rifkin's new book The Hydrogen Economy

Signing up for renewable energy offers both rewards and pitfalls

California Power Failures Linked to Energy Companies

U.S. Will Get Power, and Pollution, From Mexico

In a slap at the environmental policies of former Gov. Christie Whitman, the
McGreevey administration plans to scrap an air pollution control program
that her environmental commissioner once touted as a national model.

Alliance to Save Energy Honors Consumer Reports, Sears, Energy Star, Amory
Lovins, CertainTeed, Sen. Bingaman As 2002 Top Achievers in Energy
Efficiency Field

Renewable Fuels Association/NCGA Respond to California Court Challenge of
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2) Energy Summit 2002 Report

You can't always travel to Washington to tell Congress you want a comprehensive energy bill, so Alliance to Save Energy bringing the campaign for an energy bill to you!

Hundreds of energy consumers and producers will come together today to discuss our nation's energy policy at "Energy Summit 2002: Ensuring America's Energy Supply," an event hosted by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce and the National Chamber Foundation. Many members of the Alliance for Energy and Economic Growth will be featured speakers, and many others will participate.

You can view the event LIVE online at http://www.uschamber.info/ct/Q11KNt41jcFk/Summithttp://www.uschamber.com/NCF/Events/Energy%20Summit/default.htm. Real Player is required to view the event.

3) History Channel Special Tonight (Sept. 25)

Besides offering a shocking, five-part series on "The Men Who Killed Kennedy" which even now the FBI still covers up, the cable TV History Channel special tonight will tell us who sets the price of oil and other facts about worldwide economic control.

8:00PM - 9:00PM

Secret Societies (8 PM ET/PT and 12 AM ET/PT Sept. 25th)


Some of the world's most powerful individuals belong to secret organizations. The Skull & Bones, the Bilderbergs, and the Tri-Lateral Commission are just a few of the groups that many suspect are conspiring to take over the world. Others believe they already have. What fuels such rampant conspiracy paranoia? We examine a number of these clandestine organizations, past and present, and reveal why so many people fear their nefarious agendas. PG

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