Energy (Renewable/Alternative/Green) Archives

FEATURE STORY: The Story Of Storage

Facebook's Prineville, OR data center

As the industry advances cloud computing and greener operations, leading data centers are no longer sprawling cells of overheating computers and complex cables. From the March/April 2013 issue.

GE, Florida Power & Light Celebrate Energy Smart Florida


In 2009, FPL received a $200 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to help fund Energy Smart Florida and $600 million in grid improvements throughout FPL’s 35-county service territory. The program is being celebrated four years later.

Sempra U.S. Gas & Power, Con Edison Announce Solar Partnership

The 150 megawatt Mesquite Solar 1 installation in Maricopa County, Arizona. | Photo courtesy of Sempra Energy.

Construction on Mesquite Solar 1, located in Arlington, AZ, began in 2011. The project created 528 local construction jobs at the peak of construction and 10 long-term positions.

BUSINESS REPORT: Texas – Innovation Moves Front And Center In Austin


The annual South by Southwest (SXSW) hoedown shined its bright light this year on emerging technologies in the Lone Star State at a nine-day festival that drew tens of thousands. From the March/April 2013 issue.

Clean Energy Investments In Pennsylvania Will Create Jobs, Leverage $109 Million

PMF's 120,000 square foot facility in North Central Pennsylvania.

The CFA approved 13 projects, through the state’s Alternative and Clean Energy Program including five Compressed Natural Gas and Liquefied Natural Gas fueling stations which have the benefits of reducing emissions, fuel savings and utilizing the large domestic source of natural gas available in Pennsylvania.

New Texas Power Plant Brings Investment, Jobs To Harlingen, TX


Construction will soon start on a $650 million Power Plant to be built in the Harlingen Industrial Park.

Woodward Announces New HQ In Fort Collins, CO


Responding to growing worldwide demand for its energy-saving and emissions reducing control systems, components and services, Woodward requires additional capacity. The new Colorado site will be acquired for the future construction of facilities to meet growing customer demand.