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- Tag: environment
Published at Jun 24, 2014
Through strong policy and successful manufacturing initiatives, the Midwest is making excellent strides toward a renewable energy future.
Published at Jun 13, 2014
source: Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wisconsin utilities generated more than 10% of the state’s power from renewable sources in 2013, hitting the clean energy target two years before the deadline...
Published at Mar 20, 2014
source: Midwest Energy News
Almost 100,000 Illinois workers are employed in clean energy jobs, more than the state’s real estate and accounting sectors combined, according to a new survey.
Published at Mar 4, 2014
source: Clean Technica
Cape Cod is one step closer to getting its first offshore wind farm, a project that’s been trying to get off the ground for more...
Published at Feb 26, 2014
source: Renew Grid
Non-hydro renewable energy sources accounted for more than 99% of all new U.S. electrical generating capacity installed during January for a total of 324 MW,...
Published at Feb 6, 2014
source: Earth Techling
The U.S. wind power industry didn’t put a whole lot of new generating capacity into operation in 2013, but it laid the groundwork, beginning construction...
Published at Jan 6, 2014
source: Hydrogen Fuel News
A recent report describes an increase in the demand of renewable energy in the U.S.
Published at Dec 10, 2013
source: Breaking Energy
More efficient technology combined with low costs and good wind resources are making wind cost-competitive with some of the cheapest forms of fossil energy in...
Published at Dec 6, 2013
source: Las Vegas Sun
President Barack Obama is ordering the federal government to nearly triple to 20 percent its use of renewable sources for electricity by 2020.
Published at Oct 29, 2013
source: The Energy Collective
There are those who say that the U.S. needs to focus more on innovation to create new clean energy technologies, rather than relying entirely on...