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Renewable Energy

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  • Mandating E15 gasoline is a bad idea

    If the Chicago City Council moves forward with its mandate forcing Chicago gas stations to sell E15 gasoline, consumers and small-business owners could pay a hefty price. While E10 — gasoline with 10 percent ethanol — is in widespread use,...
  • Last Chicago City Council meeting of year: What's on the agenda

     Last Chicago City Council meeting of year: What's on the agenda
    The Chicago City Council's last meeting of the year Wednesday is expected to include approval of revised taxi regulations, delay on a controversial ethanol requirement and the settlement of more than $13 million in lawsuits arising from wrongful...
  • Speak Out for Dec. 10, 2014

    Recently, police-bashing has become very popular. Their work behavior is under a microscope. I think it’s time the statistics for the number of police either injured/killed in the performance of their duty should be publicized. It’s not a...
  • Politics, not safety concerns, hamper Eastern Shore wind project

    Politics, not safety concerns, hamper Eastern Shore wind project
    For my company, developer of the Great Bay wind project in Somerset County, what a difference a year makes. Last November we were wrapping up agreement with a technical team at Patuxent River Naval Air Station (PAX) resolving all concerns that had...
  • Why gasoline is suddenly $3 a gallon

    Why gasoline is suddenly $3 a gallon
    Two years ago Leonardo Maugeri, a former strategist for the big Italian oil company ENI, predicted that crude oil prices were heading for a fall in two to three years. It wasn't an obvious forecast; the average price of OPEC crude oil that year set an...
  • Nurses and Ebola, development, and green energy: Letters

    Nurses and Ebola, development, and green energy: Letters
    As a nurse, I understand the confusion and concern about those who are possibly infected with Ebola. However, instead of getting a lawyer and complaining about how her rights have been violated, Kaci Hickox, the Maine nurse in the quarantine standoff,...
  • Pentagon objects to Shore wind farm

    Pentagon objects to Shore wind farm
    A politically divisive Eastern Shore wind energy project hit a new roadblock Thursday, as the Pentagon lodged a formal objection to it, saying the towering turbines would interfere with operations at Naval Air Station Patuxent River across the...
  • For Florida's veterans, more clean energy means more jobs

    For Florida's veterans, more clean energy means more jobs
    Right now in the world's most dangerous hot spots, thousands of Floridians who currently serve in the U.S. military are putting their lives on the line to keep America safe and prosperous. Once these brave men and women have finished their service to...
  • Creative City Project puts Central Floridians in the show

     Creative City Project puts Central Floridians in the show
    If amateur art critics don't like the look of the latest sculpture by Orlando artist collective Shine Shed, they can change it. The untitled towering work debuts Saturday night at Orlando's annual Creative City Project, which brings free theater, music,...
  • Where do Hogan and Brown stand on climate change?

    Where do Hogan and Brown stand on climate change?
    Here's the biggest issue in the Maryland governor's race: Rising waters. A Union of Concerned Scientists report this month forecasts accelerated flooding from sea level rise for many East Coast cities, especially Annapolis, Baltimore and Ocean City....
  • Glenbrook South students take part in STEM project

    Glenbrook South students take part in STEM project
    There's no simple multiple-choice answer to the question facing nearly 50 science students at Glenbrook South High School. In fact, they'll likely spend some 20 hours formulating a solution to this real-world problem: "How can we evaluate our critical...