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- Tag: environment
Published at Apr 14, 2014
source: Midwest Energy News
Advocates in Chicago want their city to be the most energy efficient in the nation. But they’ll need a little help to get there.
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 5, 2014
source: Greentech Media
The U.S. installed 4,751 megawatts of PV, according to the Solar Market Insight Year in Review report.
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 19, 2014
source: Energy Matters
After three years and 8.5 million man-hours, the world’s largest solar power plant was officially opened last week in the USA’s sun-scorched Mojave Desert.
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 31, 2014
source: The Energy Collective
According to the just-released Energy Infrastructure Update report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Office of Energy Projects, 37 percent of all new U.S. electrical...
Published at Jan 28, 2014
source: Renewable Energy World
The US solar industry now employs more than 142,000 individuals, having added upwards of 23,000 new jobs in 2013.
Published at Jan 23, 2014
A group of energy experts released a thick report that details a laundry list of ways that the President can take executive action to push...