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Renewable Energy

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  • Syngenta faces second lawsuit over GMO corn rejected by China

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - A second company has sued Syngenta AG over sales of genetically modified corn seed not approved by China, raising the stakes for the Swiss-based seed maker by including byproducts used for animal feed in its complaint and seeking...
  • Top U.S. Senate tax law writers urge renewal of tax breaks package

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Senate's top Democratic and Republican tax law writers on Wednesday both urged colleagues to renew a set of expired federal tax breaks, many of which support renewable energy. Known as "extenders" and regularly renewed...
  • Kevin Doyle: New option for electricity generation

    Recently in Palm Beach County, community leaders gathered for a tour of the Solid Waste Authority of Palm Beach County Renewable Energy Park, including the country's first waste-to-energy plant to be built since 1995. Waste-to-energy technology employs...
  • Supreme Court Clears Way For Wind Turbines In Colebrook

    Supreme Court Clears Way For Wind Turbines In Colebrook
    HARTFORD – The Connecticut Supreme Court has removed a major obstacle to construction of the state's first large-scale, commercial wind turbines. In a 6-0 ruling released Monday, the court rejected a legal challenge from FairwindCT, a citizens...
  • As U.S. farm cycle turns, tractor makers may suffer longer than farmers

    CHICAGO (Reuters) - Farm equipment makers insist the sales slump they face this year because of lower crop prices and farm incomes will be short-lived. Yet there are signs the downturn may last longer than tractor and harvester makers, including Deere &...
  • Slowing climate change makes economic sense; cities to lead-study

    OSLO/LONDON (Reuters) - Investments to help fight climate change can also spur economic growth, rather than slow it as widely feared, but time is running short for a trillion-dollar shift to transform cities and energy use, an international report said on...
  • Duke Energy to invest $500 million in North Carolina solar power

    RALEIGH N.C. (Reuters) - Duke Energy Corp, the largest provider of electric power in the United States, will invest $500 million in a major expansion of its solar power program in North Carolina, the Charlotte-based company said Monday. The company...
  • 2 California solar-power projects to be acquired by Virginia firm

    2 California solar-power projects to be acquired by Virginia firm
    Energy giant Dominion has agreed to acquire two California solar projects from a San Diego renewable energy developer. The projects are expected to come online next year, Dominion, based in Richmond, Va., said in announcing the deal Monday. The 24-...
  • Falling corn prices threaten Midwest ag economy

    The prospect of a bin-busting crop has driven corn prices to their lowest levels in four years and raised fears of a prolonged slump for crop farmers in Minnesota and elsewhere. After three years of profits, analysts are calling 2014 a break-even year,...
  • From the Boathouse: Not the worst of winter in SoCal

    Ahoy! It might be time to winterize your condo on the water! Beautiful boating weather and sea conditions continue along our coast, sans the recent hurricane-generated swells, and on the numerous lakes in Southern California this fall. Many boaters will...
  • Malloy Cites Energy, Environmental Record To Boost Reelection Bid

    HARTFORD – Trailing his GOP opponent in the latest polls, Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy Friday sought to use his record on energy and the environment to give his reelection chances a boost. Malloy's campaign put out a long list of accomplishments...