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Renewable Energy

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  • Baltimore embraces renewable energy

    Baltimore embraces renewable energy
    It was a particularly gloomy and rainy Thursday in Baltimore, but a certain solar press conference inside City Hall shone with the promise of renewable energy for the city. As reported by The Baltimore Sun ("Baltimore ranks 34th in nation for installation...
  • ICYMI Week in Review: March 21-27

    Did you miss something? Here’s our weekly roundup of the top stories from across the region, plus a look at the news that logged the most clicks at dailypress.com. TOP STORY Liebherr case against workers, other firms: A large manufacturing...
  • The Mail 4/1/15

    The Mail 4/1/15
    Benched Slogan Your amazing study of city benches and the U.S. Census was a novel and important means of exploring Baltimore neighborhoods, changing demographics, and landscape (“Benchmarks Revisited,” Feature, Match 25). This article is...
  • Renewable energy investment heats up worldwide

    Renewable energy investment heats up worldwide
    From China to Mexico, renewable energy investments are hot. Global investment in renewable power and fuels reached $270.2 billion last year, nearly 17% higher than in 2013, according to a new study on renewable energy investment from the United...
  • FPL parent clears one hurdle to buy Hawaii utility for $4.3 billion

    FPL parent clears one hurdle to buy Hawaii utility for $4.3 billion
    NextEra Energy, the parent company of Florida Power & Light, has received federal approval to buy Hawaii's largest utility for $4.3 billion. The purchase still requires approvals from Hawaii's Public Utilities Commission and from shareholders of...
  • Maryland needs renewable energy

    Maryland needs renewable energy
    The first day of spring ironically delivered another snowstorm in Maryland ("Before spring, snow threatens Baltimore once more," March 19). Fluke weather patterns are expected to become more severe as climate change persists. The extreme shifts from...
  • Canton Seeks Partner For Hydropower Project

    Canton Seeks Partner For Hydropower Project
    CANTON — Town officials are making their second attempt to find a private partner for a hydropower project that would use existing dams on the Farmington River. Selectmen authorized a contract last week with an attorney who will prepare a request...
  • What's Solar Really Worth? A New Report Floats Some Numbers

    HARTFORD — A report released Thursday took a first stab at countering claims from the utility industry that homes with solar panels are unfairly subsidized by traditional, non-solar ratepayers. The report concluded that power from a solar...
  • I'm twentysomething, I vote, and I won't take seriously any candidate who doubts climate change

    I'm twentysomething, I vote, and I won't take seriously any candidate who doubts climate change
    I am a voter — a white, male, college-educated twentysomething voter, born in the conservative South, living in the liberal North. I was raised in a middle-class family but now occupy an economic class more concerned with finding jobs than itemizing...
  • Baltimore ranks 34th in nation for installation of solar panels

    Baltimore ranks 34<sup>t</sup><sup>h</sup> in nation for installation of solar panels
    Baltimore ranks 34th in the nation for the installation of solar panels, according to a report released Thursday by a locally based research and policy group. Solar energy use has been rising in Maryland and across the country, according to the report...
  • Quickly for March 21: 'Mitch Daniels is a disgrace'

    What's Quickly? It's where readers sound off on the issues of the day. Have a quote, question or quip? Call Quickly at (312) 222-2426 or email quickly@post-trib.com. It took an outside firm to tell the governor that the Indiana Department of Child...