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Renewable Energy

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  • Candidates give their take on clean energy efforts

    Candidates give their take on clean energy efforts
    Candidates in the April 7 City Council election are making their feelings known about Naperville's future in the area of renewable energy. The issue was one of the topics put forth during the recent Rotary Club of Naperville candidate forums....
  • FPL to install $7 million solar project at Daytona speedway

    FPL to install $7 million solar project at Daytona speedway
    Florida Power & Light Co. will install more than 5,000 solar panels at Dayton International Speedway on a canopy-like structure that will shae race fans and parking lots. The $7 million installation, announced Friday, is part of the speedway's $400...
  • Renewable energy leaders push for more requirements

    Supporters of clean energy urged lawmakers on Friday to increase Maryland's renewable energy requirement, but some electricity industry officials contend it would come with a big price tag. The measure calls for increasing the state's Renewable Energy...
  • Maine wind industry alarmed over utility panel's proposal

    Maine's reshaped Public Utilities Commission wants to reconsider two proposed wind projects it approved two months ago, a move critics say would damage the integrity of the regulatory process and scare off future renewable-energy investors. The...
  • 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...
  • Drop in oil price squeezes ethanol producers

    MINNEAPOLIS The dramatic fall in oil prices has ended the party for another energy industry ethanol. Some producers of corn-based ethanol made record profits in 2014, but that's over. Industry executives now are talking about breaking even or staying...
  • 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...
  • License offshore wind, not oil and gas

    License offshore wind, not oil and gas
    After reading about President Barack Obama's decision to license drilling for oil and gas ("Obama administration proposes offshore Atlantic drilling," Jan. 27) I agree with oil industry representative Randall Luthi that the U.S. is turning a blind eye...
  • La Quinta Resort & Club is an oasis for human and dog

    La Quinta Resort & Club is an oasis for human and dog
    When it comes to pet travel, the Palm Springs area really knows how to throw a dog a bone. In fact, some people say hoteliers in the region are more likely to roll out the welcome mat for dogs than kids. I'm not sure about that, but during a weekend...
  • FPL to invest $400 million to triple solar output

    FPL to invest $400 million to triple solar output
    Florida Power & Light Co. plans to invest between $400 million and $420 million to build three solar energy farms next year and aims to recover those costs from ratepayers, executives said. But the cost-recovery should have no "significant bill impact,"...