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  • Shift to clean energy helps Florida's low-income citizens: New Voices

    Shift to clean energy helps Florida's low-income citizens: New Voices
    If business as usual continues, climate change will destroy the lives of millions of Floridians as sea levels rise and put coastal cities like Miami under water. And while some of our leaders prefer to stick their heads in the sand, a growing number of...
  • Berries to barrels, when Journeyman says local, it means local

     Berries to barrels, when Journeyman says local, it means local
    Drink local. That's the motto you often hear when talking about craft spirits. But the odd thing about craft spirits is, they often have little connection to the place where they were distilled. Regardless of where they're produced, the raw...
  • Five years after BP spill, new rules for offshore drilling aim to boost safety

    Five years after BP spill, new rules for offshore drilling aim to boost safety
    There aren't many issues on which government regulators, oil industry experts and environmentalists can all agree, but five years after the BP gulf oil spill, many say offshore drilling operations are safer — although there is debate over whether...
  • CNG use could void warranty on Des Plaines cop car

    If Des Plaines moves forward with a pilot program to install a compressed natural gas fuel system on one of the city's Ford police interceptors, Ford executives say the city would risk voiding the vehicle's warranty. City officials voted last month to...
  • State nears carpool lane decal limit for Volt, other plug-in hybrids

    State nears carpool lane decal limit for Volt, other plug-in hybrids
    Buyers of plug-in hybrids such as the Chevrolet Volt and the Toyota Prius are about to lose an important perk – a carpool lane permit. California has capped the number of the Green Clean Air Vehicle decals that allow such cars into the lanes at...
  • UGI to double LNG production with planned $60M facility

    Berks County-based UGI Energy Services plans to build a $60 million liquefied natural gas production plant in the Marcellus Shale region, a move expected to help the company grab a larger portion of the growing alternative-fuel market across the...
  • USDA allocates $21 million to help farmers, ranchers battle drought

    USDA allocates $21 million to help farmers, ranchers battle drought
    A branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture will provide $21 million to help farmers and ranchers in California and other states install new irrigation systems, plant cover crops and implement other water conservation practices, officials said Monday....
  • Dominion announces alternate routes for proposed pipeline in two Virginia counties

    Dominion announces alternate routes for proposed pipeline in two Virginia counties
    Dominion Resources Inc. said Monday it has come up with alternative segments for portions of a 550-mile proposed natural gas pipeline in two Virginia counties where many local landowners have been fighting the project. The company said the alternative...
  • Gas leak closes section of Hampton street, home evacuated, official says

    Gas leak closes section of Hampton street, home evacuated, official says
    A natural gas leak in Hampton prompted crews to close a section of a street and evacuate a home Friday morning, an official said. The leak was in the area of East Pembroke Avenue between Boxwood and Cypress streets, Hampton police shared on social...
  • Court halts stream crossings by natural gas pipeline in Baltimore County

    Court halts stream crossings by natural gas pipeline in Baltimore County
    A Baltimore County judge stopped completion — at least temporarily — of a 21-mile natural gas pipeline through northern Baltimore and Harford counties, declaring that state regulators failed to do enough to protect environmentally sensitive...
  • Glastonbury Wants Landscaping At 'Ugly' Fuel Cell Facility

    Glastonbury Wants Landscaping At 'Ugly' Fuel Cell Facility
    GLASTONBURY — Town Councilman Kurt P. Cavanaugh doesn't mince words when it comes to the new fuel cell facility under construction on Hebron Avenue. "It is massive, and it is getting uglier and uglier by the day," he said. Town officials and...