NEW YORK, Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ — Ernst Young LLP announced today the appointment of Brendan LeBlanc as an Executive Director in Americas Climate Change and Sustainability Services (CCaSS) and Chris Walker as an Associate Director. Based in the firm’s Boston and… More »
TORONTO, Nov. 29, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – November 29, 2011 – Morgan Solar Inc.
announced today it has secured a USD $9.8 million (CAD $10 million)
investment from Enbridge Inc., a North American leader in oil and
natural gas delivery with expanding int… More »
The EPA has strongly rejected concerns the rules would cause electric reliability problems. EPA officials have cited 40 years of Clean Air Act rules that haven’t caused a single incident. More »
LISLE, Ill.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Molex SC/APC indoor- and outdoor- rated cable assemblies and SC/APC 4.80mm connectors help customers and system integrators meet datacom and telecom design challenges.
Texas farmer, Steven Albracht reported 371 bu/acre on corn fields treated with StollerUSA technology.
Hart, Texas (PRWEB) November 29, 2011
Texas grower, Steven Albracht is finishing up harvest on his 2,000 acre farm in the Texas panhandle. This year, Albracht reported 371 bu/acre on corn fields treated with StollerUSA technology. The 19 bu/acre increase, over control plots, was achieved in severe drought conditions, high temperatures and no ... More »
Growth in electricity demand will outstrip capacity additions in the Texas electricity system in the coming decade, reducing excess capacity and raising the risk of reliability problems as soon as 2013, a new analysis suggests. More »
BP Plc, still facing fallout from the 2010 explosion of its Macondo well in the Gulf of Mexico, is fighting a U.S. bid to revoke its probation over a five-year-old spill in Alaska following a more recent pipeline rupture. More »
BP Plc’s legal proceedings over the Macondo well that caused the worst U.S. oil spill may last into 2014, Citigroup Inc. said, citing the company’s lead lawyer. More »
When General Motors Co. (GM) announced plans in June 2008 to build the Chevrolet Volt plug-in hybrid, executives called it a “moon shot” intended to rocket past Toyota Motor Corp. (7203) in technology leadership. Now the car is a flash-point for concern. More »
Leaders of China’s solar power industry rejected a U.S. trade complaint that they receive unfair government support and said Tuesday possible sanctions would hurt American consumers and development of clean energy. More »
Utilities may need to build high-voltage electric lines and power plants to cope with pending U.S. pollution regulations from the Environmental Protection Agency, a grid watchdog said. More »
BP, Transocean and Halliburton facing new fines. Alberta study disputes oil sands concerns. And are companies bypassing the electrical grid? More »