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SunEdison and Procter & Gamble this week activated a 1.1-megawatt (MW) solar photovoltaic system at Proctor & Gamble's paper products manufacturing plant in Oxnard, California.
Iraqi Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki's recent efforts to arrest Iraqi Vice President Tariq al-Hashemi on terrorism charges have elevated the risk of renewed sectarian violence in the wake of the 18 December U.S. military withdrawal.
My speculative green gambles still have chips, but the mild decline of the stock market so far this year is not enough to make them really pay off, yet.
The national lottery in Britain will provide £50 million for green energy, and the Department of Trade & Industry will allocate another £55.5 million for research and development of renewable energy.
In 2013, the Department of Energy introduced the Clean Energy Manufacturing Initiative to help the U.S. emerge as a leader in clean energy manufacturing. Implementing the initiatives of the program not only improves the environment and preserves natural resources, it also enhances the country’s competitiveness.
It was a gamble that went spectacularly wrong for Tory Prime Minister David Cameron: Allow the UK to decide through a national referendum on their future participation in the EU and hope that they choose to remain.
DuPont Co. said a $500 million bet on producing ethanol from corn crop waste, singled out by activist investor Nelson Peltz as lavish, will pay off as companies such as Procter & Gamble Co. add to demand for renewable chemicals and fuels.
New York [The New York Times] When President George W. Bush called last month for more effort in alternative energies, the 300 engineers and financiers at GE Energy Financial Services, a business that last year attracted about $7 billion in investment in the United States, were cheering. For now, wind energy is the only profit star in General Electric’s alternative […]
[Summit Daily News] The thought of Nevada’s cities – lighting up the desert landscape with neon lights, all-you-can-eat buffets and noisy slot machines – makes most environmentalists cringe. It’s not just aesthetic: These gambling hubs are seen as gluttonous resource gulpers. One of them, however, is gaining praise for its production of renewable energy. The city of Reno, north of […]
For all the talk of boom and bust in the U.S. market, it’s apt that AWEA 2014 opened in Las Vegas this week.