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1 hr ago | The Baltimore Sun
Our view: A theoretical inconvenience to Pax River radar testing shouldn't trump a 150-megawatt Eastern Shore wind power facility For Southern Maryland, the Patuxent River Naval Air Station is an economic engine like no other.
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3 hrs ago | Green Bay Press-Gazette
Once a booming industry, U.S. wind power saw its growth plummet 92 percent last year as it wrestled with tax uncertainties and cheap natural gas.
Whether pollution, energy or invasive species like Asian carp, many of the 1,250 people surveyed in late 2013 by schools like the University of Michigan felt that the Great Lakes were ok, but could be better.
Pistachios are already a key ingredient in Turkish baklava, but the country may now have found a new way to exploit the nuts known as "green gold" by using their shells to heat a new eco-city.
Green energy campaigners are celebrating after the Government inspector ordered Wiltshire Council to delete its wind farms policy from the Core Strategy.
Leconfield farmer Chris Lount is to host an open day aimed at helping others in the industry find out how they can cut costs and increase income by diversifying into green energy.
Star Trek fans know that Capt. James T. Kirk will eventually be born in Iowa . So, in one respect, this state already has a notable tech reputation.
Four new wind farms are poised for development in Utah after Rocky Mountain Power inked agreements with the companies to buy the power over 20 years.
When it comes to wind energy, not all states are created equal. They say everything's bigger in Texas -- and for wind energy and rib-eye steak, they're right.
At the SEED board of directors meeting held on Monday, a report from WETS was given.
As Earth Day 2014 approaches, many may be inspired to book a last-minute, low-impact vacation to a destination that takes green living seriously.
Cheap natural gas is making wind energy affordable, even without a federal tax credit, the chief executive officer of Alliant Energy said in Chicago Wednesday.
We all like the idea of getting something for nothing, but there are usually consequences involved with that line of thinking.
Taller wind turbines and larger blades could lead the Southeast, and North Carolina, to grow its renewable wind energy sector.
The onshore wind energy sector is booming in the United States, where there's enough of the renewable resource on hand to meet the annual demands for 15 million homes.
The Canadian Wind Energy Association is inviting visitors to explore its exciting new website.