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Renewable Energy

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  • Klamath Tribes: Timberlands sale jeopardizes agreements

    The chairman of the Klamath Tribes said Friday that the unexpected sale of private timberlands the tribes had hoped to regain to rebuild their lost reservation jeopardizes agreements to settle longstanding battles over water. Chairman Don Gentry said a...
  • Maryland is ahead of the curve on solar energy

    Maryland is ahead of the curve on solar energy
    As a lifelong Marylander, I'm proud of the progress that our state has made through successful, bi-partisan initiatives supporting renewable and efficient energy throughout the state. As such, I was concerned when I read a letter published in the Sun on...
  • Motoring Q&A: Time to replace struts, but worth the cost?

    Q: We have a 1999 Infiniti I30 with 122,000 miles that runs well but has one issue at highway speeds the car noticeably "jumps" or "skips" sideways slightly when going over big bumps. We have not replaced the struts or any other suspension components. The...
  • Illinois lawmakers push renewable energy proposal

    Lawmakers want to increase the share of clean energy consumed in Illinois with a bill they say will bring jobs to the state. A bill, announced on Thursday, creates new standards for Illinois utilities to use efficiency measures to reduce electricity...
  • House panel OKs bill that would alter solar power credit

    A bill backed by Indiana's utilities that would change how much credit owners of small-scale solar installations get for the power they generate has cleared a House committee. The House utilities committee voted 7-4 Wednesday for the measure sponsored by...
  • Environmental group touts achievements at annual meeting

    Gas prices may be on the decline, but the commitment to weaning the nation off of foreign oil must remain strong, according to the executive director of a local environmental group. Carl Lisek, executive director South Shore Clean Cities, told the more...
  • Tiny Oregon minnow is first fish taken off endangered list

    A tiny minnow that lives only in backwaters in Oregon's Willamette Valley is the first fish to be formally removed from Endangered Species Act protection because it is no longer in danger of extinction, officials said Tuesday. The recovery of the...
  • Leases for wind turbines off Carolinas could come in 2016

    The first leases allowing wind turbines offshore of the Carolinas are expected to be let next year although some still worry the massive turbines could harm tourism upon which coastal communities depend. Concerns the turbines will spoil views from...
  • New rules cloud future for large-scale wind farms in Ohio

    The long-range forecast for big wind farms in Ohio is cloudy at best. About a dozen wind farm projects that have been certified by the state are essentially on hold now and may never get off the ground after Ohio put in a two-year delay on its...
  • Kaiser joins Google, Apple in buying clean energy

    OAKLAND, Calif. Google and Apple are not the only big companies harnessing California's sunshine and wind to power their workplaces. Health care giant Kaiser Permanente will announce Wednesday that it has signed deals to buy electricity from a new wind...
  • Rachel Marsden: China's torrid Middle Eastern affair

    PARIS -- While surfing the Internet on Valentine's Day, I came across a love story so poignant that I just have to share it with you. I'm taking really hot and heavy -- as in actual fire. I noticed a banner advertisement for an event in Riyadh, Saudi...