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Renewable Energy

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Top Renewable Energy Articles

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  • Renewable energy tech firm to locate in Greensville County

    A developer of renewable energy projects and technologies is planning to relocate its headquarters and open a manufacturing operation in Greensville County, creating 113 jobs. Gov. Terry McAuliffe said Monday that 510nano Inc. is set to invest $11...
  • Northeast Solar Groups Unite For Policy Push

    The solar industry in the Northeast has found its voice. Solar business representatives from nine states have formed a coalition with two universities to push for uniform clean energy policies. "There's too many instances of reinventing the wheel at the...
  • City leans against making green power choice for consumers

    In light of the upcoming switch to a new electricity supplier for Highland Park residents, the city council is revisiting the merits of a 100 percent green energy program for consumers. Consumers wouldn't receive their electricity directly from, say,...
  • Turn roofs and parking lots into clean-energy power plants

    Turn roofs and parking lots into clean-energy power plants
    To the editor: The successes of renewable energy investments, as described by David Olsen and David Hochschild, are heartening. The temporary embarrassment of the Solyndra failure, for a while a favorite drumbeat of detractors, is more than offset by...
  • Walker draws scrutiny from GOP rivals for changing positions

    Scott Walker's rivals see him as an up-and-comer in the Republican race for president, so they are focusing on the Wisconsin governor's changing positions on a number of issues. The still-unofficial campaigns of several Republicans have assembled...
  • Study: Carbon emissions stabilize despite growing economy

    Global energy emissions stayed stable last year even though the economy grew, according to data released Friday that could boost chances for a landmark climate accord later this year. The rising use of renewable energy, particularly in China, played a...
  • Solar eclipse will test Germany's green power grid

    Will next week's partial solar eclipse turn off the lights in Germany? Experts say the country's electricity grid, which relies increasingly on renewable energy, faces a crucial test on the morning of March 20, when the moon will pass in front of the sun...
  • Governor declares emergency drought in parts of Washington

    Gov. Jay Inslee on Friday declared a drought emergency for three regions in Washington state, clearing the way for state officials to provide money and other relief to those experiencing drought hardships. The emergency was prompted by near record-low...
  • Without immediate renewable fuels standard, biodiesel industry faces uncertain future

    The large-scale production of domestic biodiesel should be something President Barack Obama strongly supports, due to his commitment to slowing the pace of climate change and reducing our dependence on fossil fuels. After all, the Environmental Protection...
  • PZC OKs Solar Panels At Two Avon Schools

    PZC OKs Solar Panels At Two Avon Schools
    AVON — The planning and zoning commission has approved plans to put solar power panels on the roofs at Avon Middle School and Avon High School. The panels will be installed by Solar City. The town has an agreement with the company to buy...
  • Massachusetts AG Healey backs renewable energy efforts

    State Attorney General Maura Healey says she wants to expand the state's use of solar power and other renewable energy sources. Healey said Thursday that her office is already working with a task force to encourage the growth of the solar energy industry...