Monthly Archives: September 2011
The mobile text message marketing company will add 135 jobs to its Kentucky operation.
With one day remaining before its advanced energy stimulus loan program expires, DOE awards $737 million to the Crescent Dunes project in Nevada and $337 million to Sempra Energy in Arizona.
The Melbourne, FL-based company says it will build 20 solar farms in rural Gadsden County, generating up to 400 MW of power.
The nylon producer plans to invest $50 million in capital improvements at its Florida facility.
Pattern Energy Group and Samsung Renewable Energy have announced the completion of an expanded agreement with Siemens to supply turbines for four wind energy projects totaling 870 MW.
As part of a new labor deal, the auto giant is expected to build two mid-sized cars at the Tennessee plant, bringing 1,700 new jobs to a facility that shut down after GM folded Saturn.
NYSERDA and the state’s Public Service Commission begin the second round of a program that already has funded 51 projects generating 5.3-million MW of renewable energy.
The company will invest $9 million in the Orland, IN plant, creating 140 jobs.
Bridgestone Americas, Inc. will create 850 jobs with two projects in Ailken County.
The media giant will invest $5 million in a shared services center in Hillsborough County.
General Motors, Android Industries and Focus: HOPE come together to bring 150 new jobs to Detroit.
Facing a tide of red ink that may exceed $10 billion by the end of this month, the nation's mail service also may eliminate at least 35,000 jobs.
The South African energy producer's selection of Calcasieu Parish as the preferred location for a gas-to-liquids complex could bring up to 5,000 jobs to Louisiana.
The plan includes $8 million for electric vehicle charging stations, $8.5 million for hydrogen fueling stations for fuel cells, and $24 million to develop and produce biofuels.
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