Yearly Archives: 2009
An algae-to-fuel pilot facility will be developed in Freeport, TX, with funding from the U.S. Department of Energy.
The ongoing economic downturn is putting every state to the test, intensifying the competition for a dwindling number of new projects and development initiatives. Our annual look at the top-ranked localities reveals those that are thriving as well as surviving.
Governor Edward Rendell is using creative initiatives and incentives to attract green energy companies and clean up brownfields, increasing investment and new jobs.
An industry that innovates oftentimes accelerates change. Aerospace may soar steadily, but can it help get the economy off the ground?
William Sloan is of counsel with the law firm Morrison & Foerster in San Francisco. He sits on the Climate Change Advisory Committee for...
The embattled automaker's Warren tech center, along with facilities in New York and Germany, will spearhead the development of power units for electric vehicles.