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Ohio to Cut Millions of Dollars a Year on Energy Costs for Small Business

Ohio to Cut Millions of Dollars a Year on Energy Costs for Small Business

Important energy efficiency news from Ohio: Manufacturers, schools, churches, and clinics throughout the Buckeye State could cut tens of millions of dollars a year on their energy bills, thanks to…

Washington Governor Inslee Signs Nation’s Strongest Climate Action Bill Into Law

Washington Governor Inslee Signs Nation’s Strongest Climate Action Bill Into Law

Some good news from the state of Washington: Last month, Governor Inslee signed his Climate Action bill (SB 5802) at the Bullitt Center one of the most eco-friendly building in…

North Carolina’s Green Industry Fighting Back Anti-Green Jobs Legislation

North Carolina’s Green Industry Fighting Back Anti-Green Jobs Legislation

From E2 (Environmental Entrepreneurs): Rolling back North Carolina’s highly successful Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency Portfolio Standard (REPS) will hurt the economy, hurt consumers and hurt job growth in the state,…

Two of New Hampshire’s Best Trout Ponds Protected

Two of New Hampshire’s Best Trout Ponds Protected

Two of New Hampshire’s best trout ponds will be protected in the latest effort to ensure outdoor recreation and timber jobs in the Androscoggin River Headwaters, The Trust for Public…

Five Kentucky Organizations Honored for Their Commitment to Energy Efficiency

Five Kentucky Organizations Honored for Their Commitment to Energy Efficiency

Five organizations in Kentucky were honored by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) with 2013 awards from the Energy Star Program. These awards were given…

Alabama Power Air Emissions Drop 80% Since 1996

Alabama Power Air Emissions Drop 80% Since 1996

Emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) were down 30 percent in 2012. Emissions of nitrogen oxide (NOx) were down 28 percent last year. Since 1996, NOx and SO2 emissions at Alabama…

Rocky Mountain Greenway to Create Open Space Network for Denver Metro Area

Rocky Mountain Greenway to Create Open Space Network for Denver Metro Area

Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Secretary of Transportation Ray LaHood joined Colorado Governor John Hickenlooper this week to announce more than $1.7 million in new funding for the…

CT Fund for the Environment Coastal Cleanup Enlists 2450 Volunteers and Collects 8 Tons of Litter

CT Fund for the Environment Coastal Cleanup Enlists 2450 Volunteers and Collects 8 Tons of Litter

Save the Sound, a program of Connecticut Fund for the Environment, announced that their Coastal Cleanup program brought together 2,450 volunteers in 2012 who removed 16,310 pounds of trash from…

Washington’s Governor Inslee Announces Clean Jobs Package

Washington’s Governor Inslee Announces Clean Jobs Package

Last week, Governor Jay Inslee announced a jobs package for Washington that contains strong measures on accelerating the clean energy economy, including a proposal for legislation that would require mapping…

Solar Energy Works! San Antonio and Austin Leading the Way in Texas

Solar Energy Works! San Antonio and Austin Leading the Way in Texas

According to a new Environment Texas Research and Policy Center report, the municipally owned utilities in San Antonio and Austin have supported the installation of four times more solar photovoltaic…

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