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Hundreds of Jobs Coming to McNairy County

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | April 11, 2014

Hundreds of Jobs Coming to McNairy County April 10, 2014 MCNAIRY COUNTY, Tenn. — An open field outside of Selmer will soon be the home of one of two solar plants, set to bring hundreds of jobs to the county. Strata Solar is constructing the two solar farms. “We are super excited about this project [...]

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Reject repeal of renewable energy law (Triangle Business Journal)

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | March 26, 2014

March 21, 2014  

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Fremont seeks grant to fund sewer repairs – WilsonTimes.com

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | March 24, 2014

Friday, March 21, 2014  Fremont seeks grant to fund sewer repairs   FREMONT — The town of Fremont has a chance to pull in more than $2 million in grants and reimbursements that could potentially lift the town out of some of its financial troubles. The Fremont Board of Aldermen held the first of two [...]

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Office of Energy Projects: Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2014

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | March 10, 2014

March 10, 2014 Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Office of Energy Projects: Energy Infrastructure Update For January 2014                           Electric Generation Highlights • Exelon Corp’s 130 MW Antelope Valley Solar Phase II expansion project in Los Angeles County, CA is online. The power generated [...]

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Trade war with China threatens NC solar gains | Other Views | NewsObserver.com

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo |

March 7, 2014   Trade war with China threatens NC solar gains by Markus Wilhelm   In 2013 North Carolina won the silver medal in solar energy, besting states like Arizona and Nevada for a place on the podium. Among the benefits of becoming the second-largest solar market in the country are the creation of [...]

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Legislative roundup: Hope for a brighter, cleaner future – Local – Gaston Gazette

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | March 3, 2014

March 2, 2014   Legislative roundup: Hope for a brighter, cleaner future   North Carolina could see more jobs in the emerging clean tech and energy field while also helping protect the environment, said a local lawmaker who spent part of last week talking about prospects with college students and others. Rep. Jason Saine, who [...]

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NC shines in strong month for renewable energy – Charlotte Business Journal

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | February 28, 2014

February 28, 2014   NC shines in strong month for renewable energy   North Carolina shows up well in a report from Greentech Media that points out that renewable energy, largely solar, accounted for essentially all the new electric-generation capacity that came on line last month in the United States. North Carolina ranked second among states [...]

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Clean Tech Summit Promotes Local Innovation – Chapelboro.com

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo |

February 28, 2014   Clean Tech Summit Promotes Local Innovation   The North Carolina clean energy sector generated $3.6 billion in total revenue in 2013, according to a recent census administered by the North Carolina Sustainable Energy Association (NCSEA). Additionally, the number of full-time employees has grown 20 percent, to 18,404, over 2012 numbers at [...]

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Renewable Energy: 100% of New US Generating Capacity in January : Greentech Media

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo | February 27, 2014

February 27, 2014 Renewable Energy: 100% of New US Generating Capacity in January With 287 megawatts of solar leading the way, renewables accounted for virtually all of the new utility-scale generating capacity installed in the United States in January.     Renewable energy made up nearly 100 percent of the new generating capacity installed in [...]

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Solar use among homeowners is on the rise – WECT TV6-WECT.com:News, weather & sports Wilmington, NC

Posted by: Dominika Wycislo |

February 27, 2014 More people turning to solar to save on utility bills   According to a new report on solar use in the Country, North Carolina had the second largest increase in solar capacity last year. WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – More people in North Carolina turned to solar energy in 2013, making it a [...]

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