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Non-trade apprentice incentive bill passes Senate

The Rhode Island Senate has passed legislation that seeks to move apprenticeship training beyond typical building trades such as construction and plumbing and into more non-traditional sectors of the workforce and economy, such as manufacturing, inform…

Neuhaus praises Orange County Department of Public Works for earning $16,500 rebate for investing in energy efficiency

Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus announced on Thursday that the Department of Public Works has received a rebate for $16,500 by participating in Orange and Rockland’s Big Energy Solutions Rebate Program.

Senators Collins, King Urge Investment in New Technologies to Improve ‘Rapidly Aging’ American Transportation Infrastructure

U.S. Senators Susan Collins and Angus King wrote to the Chairman and Ranking Member of the Committee on Environment and Public Works, Senators James Inhofe (R-OK) and Barbara Boxer (D-CA), to request that the transportation reauthorization bill include…

FY16 Energy and Water Subcommittee Markup Bill Summary

the U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development approved fiscal year 2016 funding legislation that totals $35.4 billion in discretionary budget authority, which is $1.2 billion more than the fiscal year 2015 level and $666 m…

Restoring Cities and Nature: Architect Frank Harmon To Address AIA Seattle

Raleigh architect and educator Frank Harmon, FAIA, will be the keynote speaker for the 2015 Residential Design Forum presented by the American Institute of Architects Seattle, WA., chapter (AIA Seattle) on Monday, June 8 at 6:30 p.m.

Connecticut launches nation’s first statewide Home Energy Score Program

Using the Energy Department’s Home Energy Score, EnergizeCT’s Home Energy Solutions program will provide an energy efficiency score and recommend efficiency improvements to residents across the state.

Senators Warren, Crapo Introduce Bipartisan Bill Calling for Energy Efficiency Study

Senators Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) and Mike Crapo (R-ID) have introduced a bipartisan bill directing the U.S. Department of Energy to quantify the cost savings from operational energy efficiency technologies in an effort to increase public and private us…

Alexander: TVA Trends in Right Direction on Debt, Overhead and Cost of Power

The goal is not more windmills. The law says that the goal is low-cost electricity. TVA is building emission-free nuclear plants and low-emission gas plants. It is putting pollution control equipment on its coal plants. Our air is demonstrably cleaner….

WINDPOWER 2015 launches in Orlando as wind industry elects new leadership

Just miles from where NASA launches rockets to explore the final frontier, wind power developers, manufacturers, workers, executives and more from around the world gather today for a four-day exploration into what’s next for wind energy in the U.S. …

Cardin is Energized by Visit to Washington County Solar Array

U.S. Senator Ben Cardin (D-Md.), a senior member of the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, today toured the Washington County solar array with County Commissioners, County energy officials and private sector partners from EPG Solar. The Was…

MPSC Conditionally Approves Consumers Energy’s Request to Amend Its Renewable Energy Plan by Adding Community Solar Program

The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) today conditionally approved Consumers Energy Company’s request to amend its renewable energy plan by adding a community solar program. If adopted by the utility, it would be the first community solar prog…


The Department of Veterans Affairs Office of the Inspector General (VAOIG) notified U.S. Senator John Boozman (R-AR) and Congressman French Hill (AR-02) that it will add the Little Rock Veterans Affairs Medical Center (VAMC) to its national project on …

Commonwealth Financing Authority Announces New Alternative, Clean Energy Investments

Governor Wolf announced today that the Commonwealth Financing Authority approved funding to support seven new Alternative and Clean Energy (ACE) projects with the investment of more than $8.12 million in grants and $1.74 million in loans.

Daines Introduces Bill to Roll Back EPA Regs

Senator Steve Daines today joined a bipartisan group of Senators to introduce legislation that ensures Montanans have access to affordable energy and protects good-paying coal jobs.

Tester fights to improve affordable broadband access in rural Montana

Tester today sent a bipartisan letter to Tom Wheeler, Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), urging the agency to modernize its Universal Service Fund, a fund that provides financial assistance to telecommunications carriers who suppl…

Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning Launches New Website for the Wichita Area

Mike Graham Heating And Air Conditioning today announced the launch of as an informational portal that features educational resources on subjects such as property value benefits from air conditioning repairs, heating repairs and air …

SEIA Applauds Signing of Major Solar Legislation in Georgia

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law consensus legislation which will make it easier and more affordable for homeowners, businesses, churches, schools, nonprofits, military facilities, and police and fire departments to install rooftop solar sy…


Legislation sponsored by Assembly Republican Robert Auth to help cleanup contaminated waterways with shellfish earned approval from the Assembly Agriculture and Natural Resources Committee. Auth’s bill, A-3944, would lift Department of Environmental …

MSU’s online master’s degree program for science teachers continues to grow

Nine science teachers from across the U.S. earned online graduate certificates from Montana State University via MSU’s National Teachers Enhancement Network. It is the largest number of science teaching certificates awarded in one semester since the …

USDA Announces Funding for Smart Grid and 1,000 miles of line on 80th Anniversary of Rural Electrification

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today announced that USDA is providing more than $100 million in loans to build or improve 1,000 miles of electric transmission and distribution lines for rural electric cooperative utilities in four states.Thumb Elect…