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1 hr ago | The Washington Post
A federal tax credit that benefits wind power projects is dead in Congress this year as Republicans seek a broader tax overhaul, Representative Charles Boustany said.
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4 hrs ago | Leinster Leader
Fears that West Kildare would become industrialised by hundreds of wind turbines were eased somewhat over the weekend, after it emerged the deal to export the energy had fallen through.
Opponents are crying foul as a Portuguese company seeks to build a tower to measure wind speeds for its proposed Spruce Ridge Wind Farm in four towns near Newfound Lake and Mount Cardigan.
There is a coming war on the western economy. Not the fake war promoted by our federally-subsidized rural electric system but a real one, waged by a formidable opponent: Mother Nature.
Carbon fiber has received quite a bit of attention lately, primarily due to its extensive use in Boeing's high-tech, lighter weight 787 Dreamliner airplanes.
Bas Lansdorp, co-founder and CEO of Mars One, will speak at the NAB Show Technology Luncheon , held Wednesday, April 9 in Las Vegas.
GE today announced that it will supply SSE Renewables with 10 GE-1.6 megawatt wind turbines for the Langhope Rig Wind Farm in Scotland.
By Phyllis Yochem Special to the Caller-Times Phyllis Yochem, a Corpus Christi resident, has studied birds in Texas since 1960.
People always say that Vermont Gov. Jim Douglas is a nice man. But he has character as well as policy failings which we can no longer afford to overlook.
GREEN Party leader Eamon Ryan has claimed the British government is more clued in to the increasing disarray of the Government's wind-power strategy than Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte .
ISLAMABAD: Around 3 wind power projects of 150 MW capacities in total are under construction and will be completed by June 2014.
If it feels like Daylights Savings Time was creeping up on you again this year, you're right.
Just before the Fukushima disaster hit three years ago, nuclear energy had been standing tall.
Like many East Texas lumber towns, the city of Crockett has for years been losing its battle against the impact of government-subsidized Canadian wood products flooding the U.S. housing market, former City Administrator Ron Duncan says.
South Carolinians know and appreciate the benefits of domestic energy production.
The U.S. solar industry had its best year ever in 2013, growing 41 percent from a year earlier.