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Renewable Energy

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Top Renewable Energy Articles

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  • SolarCity inks deal with Wal-Mart; shares surge

    Shares of SolarCity Corp. soared Friday morning after the company said it would provide Wal-Mart with solar power. The San Mateo, Calif.-based company’s stock rose as high as $56.94 a share, up 6% from Thursday's close. The solar power...
  • Fireplaces that think outside the hearth

    Fireplaces that think outside the hearth
    When Joel Meneses, designer at Real Design LLC, was asked to renovate a Fells Point home, he knew he wanted to maintain the fireplaces. “Historically, [a fireplace] defines a room as a gathering place and not just a room with furniture in it,”...
  • Neighborhood Spotlight: Deep Creek

    Neighborhood Spotlight: Deep Creek
    Location: Garrett County, approximately 10 miles east of the West Virginia border and 20 miles south of the Mason-Dixon line. Average property listing price: Bob Carney, manager of Deep Creek Resort and Sales at Long & Foster Real Estate in McHenry,...
  • Brazil's Rousseff struggling to limit Petrobras scandal's damage

    By Brian Winter and Anthony Boadle SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) - President Dilma Rousseff expects a bribery scandal at state-run oil company Petrobras to deteriorate in coming months, aides say, with arrests possible for some political allies and...
  • Green energy: Near-term answer?: Front Burner

    Billionaire business magnate T. Boone Pickens has become the well-heeled face of green energy. His Pickens Plan, in part, calls for breaking America's addiction to OPEC oil by developing renewable-energy sources such as wind and solar power. Yet, the...
  • Reaping clean power benefits will require sacrifice: Front Burner

    Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping reached a "historic" agreement last week to reduce greenhouse-gas emissions. According to the deal, the U.S. will cut carbon production by more than a quarter by 2025 and the Chinese vow to peak emissions...
  • Building a better battery

    BERKELEY, Calif. Imagine an electric car with the range of a Tesla Model S 265 miles but at one-fifth the $70,000 price of the luxury sedan. Or a battery able to provide many times more energy than today's technology at significantly lower prices,...
  • Windham celebrates conservation

    On Nov. 10, the Windham Energy Commission hosted a Celebration of Innovation at town hall's Bellingham Auditorium. "We started by trying to figure out who should get awards," said Commission chair Jean de Smet. But it soon became clear that many people...
  • State could deny key Conowingo permit

    State could deny key Conowingo permit
    Exelon Corp. could be denied a key Maryland permit — at least for now — that the company needs to keep generating electricity at Conowingo Dam for decades to come. Saying there's not enough information on the dam's impact on the Chesapeake...
  • Rail congestion sends more grain to market on river barges

    MINNEAPOLIS Railroad bottlenecks, congestion and high freight prices have frustrated Minnesota farmers this year as they try to sell their corn and soybeans. Now some are turning to an alternative: barges instead of railcars. They are bypassing rail...
  • Roy and McGuire: Bethlehem school energy savings good for taxpayers

    The Bethlehem Area School District's climate and sustainability commitment illustrates the district's dedication to promote responsible management of environmental resources. The commitment includes the establishment of a greenhouse gas emissions...