August, 2011 Archives
Demand response energy efficiency programs are helping large facilities generate more revenue.
By Terrill Laughton, Director of DR Integration, Johnson Controls
The auto parts maker is closing its Blue Island, IL facility and will receive $2 million in performance-based tax credits for a new $17-million plant in Indiana.
The company plans to add jobs after relocating its headquarters to Huntersville, NC, a move that should be completed in October.
The Michigan-based automotive supplier will open a new manufacturing plant in Perry County.
Hurricane Irene left 20 people dead, four million customers without power and potentially billions of dollars in damage from flooding and wind from the Carolinas through New England.
New Jersey orders a mandatory evacuation of all coastal regions as Garden State faces a direct hit from the mammoth hurricane. NYC shuts its entire transit system for the first time in history.
As many as 300,000 New York City residents could be impacted if the mayor orders them to move out of waterfront areas as the hurricane continues on a path targeting Manhattan.
The dedication of the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, D.C. has been postponed.
The maker of kayaks and canoes is investing $13 million in a new facility, creating 72 jobs.
Let us pause to reflect on 10 seconds that changed our view of the world.