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  • Work To Install Solar Panels At Avon Schools To Start In March

    AVON — Work to install solar power panels at two public schools should start by the end of March, school officials said Tuesday. The town wants to install the panels on the roofs of Avon High School, Avon Middle School and the public works building...
  • McAuliffe signs Dominion bill

    Gov. Terry McAuliffe has signed legislation freezing electricity rates and exemption Dominion Power and Appalachian Power from periodic state rate reviews, his office said Tuesday afternoon. Senate Bill 1349 has been one of the more controversial bills...
  • Change state's laws for better access to clean solar energy

    When we wake and flip on a switch, we take for granted the light will come on so we can see to get dressed. Then we step into the kitchen and turn on the coffee pot before checking phones we left charging overnight. Though our routines vary, it's safe...
  • Legislative notebook: Equal pay bill goes down

    RICHMOND – Republican state senators shot down changes to the state's equal pay regulations on Monday. Senate Bill 772 would have toughened existing penalties for not paying men and women an equal wage for equal work, making the penalty triple...
  • 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...
  • 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...
  • Dominion bill heads to McAuliffe

    Dominion bill heads to McAuliffe
    A five-year partial freeze on power rates, combined with a pause in key state earnings reviews for the state's two biggest electric companies, cleared the Virginia House Thursday on a lopsided bipartisan vote. The bill, assembled with significant...
  • 48-foot hybrid electric yacht makes South Florida debut

    You might call it the Prius of the seas. Greenline, a brand of hybrid electric-diesel yachts, is debuting its largest model yet in South Florida this week. The Greenline 48 — a 48-foot yacht that can recharge its batteries with its own solar...
  • FPL to launch community-solar program in Davie

    FPL to launch community-solar program in Davie
    Florida Power & Light Co. will build the first of its community solar projects in Broward County. FPL announced Wednesday that it plans to install solar-panel arrays this year at the Young at Art Museum and Broward County Library in Davie. The utility...
  • 48-foot hybrid yacht makes South Florida debut

    48-foot hybrid yacht makes South Florida debut
    You might call it the Prius of the seas. Greenline, a brand of electric-diesel yachts, will debut its largest model yet in South Florida this weekend. The Greenline 48 — a 48-foot yacht that can recharge its batteries with its own solar energy...
  • To Boost Rooftop Solar, Malloy Offers Plan Betting Ratepayer Millions

    NEW BRITAIN — Surrounded by solar panel crews, energy officials and students at E.C. Goodwin Technical High School, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Tuesday proposed an ambitious bet to grow by tenfold the use of rooftop solar in Connecticut. The...