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Interwest Energy Alliance Statement on Governors’ Accord for a New Energy Future

Interwest Energy Alliance For Immediate Release February 16, 2016 Contact: Sarah Propst, propst@interwest.org, 505-660-4229 CARSON CITY – Interwest Energy Alliance executive director Sarah Propst released the following statement today in response to the bipartisan group of 17 governors who signed the Governors’ Accord for a … [Read more...]

Lawmakers Push for More Renewable Energy Production – Reno Public Radio

Reno Public RadioLawmakers Push for More Renewable Energy ProductionReno Public RadioNevada's largest public utility, NV Energy, recently announced it is on track to surpass the state's renewable energy mandate. Current policy requires utility providers to generate 25 percent of their power from renewables by 2025, but some say … [Read more...]

The Inter-Generational Transmission Process at Work and in Play – Huffington Post

Huffington PostThe Inter-Generational Transmission Process at Work and in PlayHuffington PostWhirring and stirring sounds of fresh fruit juices and other libations being created emanate from the Carib-Deco bar of the Coral Reef Club, providing refreshments after the complimentary garden tour every Wednesday. … [Read more...]

Penn State researchers receive NIH funding to explore malaria transmission in Southeast Asia – News-Medical.net

News-Medical.netPenn State researchers receive NIH funding to explore malaria transmission in Southeast AsiaNews-Medical.netResearchers at Penn State have received more than $1 million in first-year funding from the National Institutes of Health to investigate malaria transmission in Southeast Asia with a goal of working toward … [Read more...]

Anti-viral therapy during pregnancy reduces HBV transmission – UPI.com

UPI.comAnti-viral therapy during pregnancy reduces HBV transmissionUPI.comApril 24 (UPI) -- A new study has shown that an antiviral treatment given to women during pregnancy can help prevent transmission of hepatitis B from mother to child. Chronic hepatitis B infection affects roughly 240 million people worldwide and can … [Read more...]

Hassan: Trump budget threatens clean energy – Seacoastonline.com

Hadley Barndollar hbarndollar@seacoastonline.com @hbarndollar BRENTWOOD — Sen. Maggie Hassan told ReVision Energy employees Monday morning that the clean energy economy is possibly under threat, based on proposed budget blueprints by President Donald Trump. Hassan took the morning to tour the ReVision facility, hear … [Read more...]

Tesla Doubles Its Superchargers With Massive Solar Stations – Bloomberg

The year of the Model 3 rollout will bring more powering options to cities, too. by Tom Randall April 24, 2017, 12:00 PM EDT Tesla is going to need more chargers. Lots of them.  The company is preparing to launch its $35,000 Model 3 electric car later this year, with plans to make 500,000 EVs in 2018 (up from … [Read more...]

Appalachian Power, Eagle Creek Renewable Energy close deal on Virginia hydro plant – Roanoke Times

Appalachian Power, a utility subsidiary of American Electric Power (NYSE: AEP), and Eagle Creek Renewable Energy, LLC have completed a transaction transferring ownership of the Reusens hydroelectric facility on the James River near Lynchburg to Eagle Creek. Eagle Creek is a New Jersey-based firm that specializes in the … [Read more...]

New Analysis: Clean Energy Can Meet Long Island Power Needs – Natural Resources Defense Council

The Long Island Power Authority, Long Island’s public utility, in concert with PSEG-Long Island, the company that operates the Long Island grid, today released its updated Integrated Resource Plan (IRP). The IRP is a roadmap for how the utility can best serve its more than 1 million customers on Long Island and in the … [Read more...]

Jamaica on track for 30% renewable energy by 2030 – Climate Action Programme

Climate Action ProgrammeJamaica on track for 30% renewable energy by 2030Climate Action ProgrammeJamaica is on course to achieving 30 per cent of its energy consumption from renewables by 2030, according to the country's Minister of Science, Energy and Technology, Dr. Andrew Wheatley. Speaking at the 2017/18 Sectoral Debate in … [Read more...]

An Old Rock Could Lead to Next Generation Solar Cells – Scientific American

After a 170-year delay, the discovery of a strange, metallic-looking rock found in the Ural Mountains in Russia in 1839 has ignited a global technology race for a cheaper, more efficient solar cell. It could seriously disrupt the world's solar market, currently dominated by China. The features of the rock led to the … [Read more...]