Energy (Renewable/Alternative/Green) Archives
All four generating units at Tanners Creek will be retired by mid-2015.
The U.S. Aerospace/Defense sector broke altitude records in 2012 for revenue and profits, but now the industry must adjust its sights to absorb mandatory sequester budget cuts. From the July/August 2013 issue.
More charging stations are on the horizon, as the state gears up for customers who opt to buy rather than lease their electric vehicles.
Proposed Gulf Coast GTL project, subject to final approval by Shell, would result in 740 new direct jobs; Louisiana Hwy. 70 proposed expansion to accommodate potential project.
Boston earns top honors in a new report ranking 34 of America’s largest cities on their efforts to cut energy use and costs; all cities have opportunity to save more.
Two Riverfront Plaza is first new office tower for downtown Newark in more than two decades.
Business Facilities mourns the loss of a widely respected consultant, colleague and friend, a perennial speaker at our LiveXchange event.
An estimated 600 Michigan businesses each year will see the benefits of Consumers Energy’s new, innovative approach.
European company’s first U.S. steel facility will result in more than 2,200 direct and indirect jobs in Northwest Louisiana.
Washington is sure it can defend its aerospace manufacturing crown and it is on the front lines of the effort to mitigate the impact of climate change. From the July/August 2013 issue.