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Georgia Landfill Gas Generates Biomass Energy

Georgia Landfill Gas Generates Biomass Energy

The city of LaGrange, Georgia, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), and Interface Flooring Systems have formed a partnership to convert naturally occurring methane gas from a local landfill into a green energy source to fuel two heaters and a boiler at Interface's Kyle plant. LaGrange Mayor Jeff Lukken and John Wells, president of Interface Flooring Systems, signed the agreement.
Campus Building Built Green

Campus Building Built Green

The single overriding architectural vision behind Mississippi State University's new Landscape Architecture Building, is that it practices exactly what the curriculum inside will be teaching. It embodies the school's landscape architecture faculty members' view that landscapes and structures built by humans can and should operate like natural systems - with no wasted energy.
Introducing Solar Farm Insurance for Cloudy Days

Introducing Solar Farm Insurance for Cloudy Days

Insurance giants like Swiss Re AG, with the help of a San Francisco firm, now have a way of guaranteeing production from solar farms — not an easy feat considering supplies from these plants rise and fall with the sun. The product that at least one insurance company is now offering is called a solar revenue put. 
Historic Stevens Creek Facility Adapts to a Century of Change

Historic Stevens Creek Facility Adapts to a Century of Change

The 18.8-MW Stevens Creek facility has operated reliably since it was commissioned in 1914, despite a host of changes. This historic plant is the newest inductee into the Hydro Hall of Fame and stands as a testament to the enduring nature of hydro projects.