Thursday Apr 25
Electrical Construction and Maintenance
SEIA Supports Efforts to 'Level Playing Field' for Renewable Energy
Rhone Resch, president and CEO of the Solar Energy Industries Association , today released a statement after the introduction in Congress of a bipartisan bill to create parity when it comes to Master Limited Partnerships, which are often used to create investment incentives in energy projects.
Thursday Apr 25
First Solar: Post-Guidance Rally Warranted On Legislative Developments, Waning Competition
We last wrote about First Solar on April 10, a day after its long-term guidance sent shares soaring over 45%. We argued that even with the rally there is further long-term upside to be realized, given the company's industry leading financial position and the market opportunities that lie ahead.
Mon Apr 22, 2013
State of Delaware
Lt. Joe Szczerba Honored Posthumously with Congressional Badge of Bravery
U.S. Senators Tom Carper and Chris Coons, U.S. Congressman John Carney, and U.S. Attorney Charles M. Oberly, III, presented the family of fallen Officer Joseph L. Szczerba with the Congressional Badge of Bravery Award during a ceremony at the New Castle County public safety building Monday.
Local Officials Question Strength Of Current Immigration Laws Following Boston Bombings
Delaware Senator Chris Coons said, "Those who are here who would do us harm, to make possible for law enforcement to focus on them, find them and deport them." The Boston Marathon bombing suspects were in this country legally - the surviving brother is a naturalized citizen.
Fri Apr 12, 2013
Federal Computer Week
Congress spares feds from online disclosure
With no debate, the Senate and House moved quickly this week to pass legislation that repeals a key part of a law enacted a year ago that was intended to increase financial disclosure by senior federal employees.