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New Transmission Needed To Support Growing Texas Wind Generation Capacity - 2007-04-30
Every dollar spent for construction of new transmission lines to support the development of wind resources in Texas will result in a $5 to $7 reduction in energy costs, according to testimony filed April 24 with the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUCT).
Renewable Energy Law Powering the Growth of the Chinese Renewable Energy Markets - 2007-04-30
In a significant move to enhance energy security and protect the environment, the Chinese Government is stepping up efforts to accelerate the development of renewable energy, so as to lift the share of high quality and clean energies in the total energy mix.
Kansas Engages in Advanced Bioenergy, Biofuels R&D - 2007-04-30
Kansas is among a dozen north central states in the U.S. with the potential to produce up to two-thirds of the nation's perennial bioenergy crops and crop residues. This brings the region into the national spotlight as the U.S. Congress considers federal farm policy to shift energy reliance from the Middle East to the Midwest.
Alabama Grant Furthers Cultivating Algae for Biofuel - 2007-04-30
Gov. Bob Riley has awarded a $10,000 grant to Auburn University to conduct a study to determine the economic and technical feasibility of cultivating pond algae commercially as a source for biofuel.
Upstart to cut back on gas with hybrid, alternative fuel cars - 2007-04-27
A new taxi company -- Green Cab -- has started hauling passengers around San Francisco, and its name refers not only to the snazzy paint job on its cabs but its vow to drive only hybrid and alternative-fuel vehicles.
New Brunswick energy minister orders utility to accelerate wind power plan - 2007-04-27
New Brunswick's energy minister has told NB Power to immediately begin the work to add another 300 megawatts of wind power in the province.
Wind-power promise pulls European firms - 2007-04-27
NEW INVESTORS JUMP INTO RENEWABLE ENERGY SURGE IN U.S.
Stanford Study on Ethanol Emissions Generates Counter Arguments and Rebuttal - 2007-04-27
The American Lung Association has countered the argument by focusing on the assumption in the study that all vehicles will be operating on E85 in 2020.
EnerDel to Deliver Lithium-Ion Battery Samples for HEVs in June 2007 - 2007-04-26
EnerDel, the lithium-ion battery subsidiary of Ener1, has received orders to deliver Li-ion battery samples based on its proprietary technology to a leading European OEM automotive company and to a leading tier-one automotive supplier.
Cardinal Resources banking on sustainable remediation - 2007-04-26
A Monroeville environmental consulting firm is quadrupling its sustainable remediation practice this year, buoyed by increased work with Dow Corning Corp. and other corporations.
'08 hopefuls tout climate-change plans - 2007-04-26
Polls show that most Americans think global warming is a serious problem, and candidates are being pressured on their positions by interest groups.
Global warming hits classrooms - 2007-04-26
The move comes as Australia's leading scientific research body yesterday called for the issue to be taught in primary schools.
Wave farm passes funding hurdle - 2007-04-26
A wave farm which would provide free energy to 7,500 homes is set to be built off the coast of Cornwall after £21.5m in funding was secured.
Democrats want swifter EPA action on emissions standards - 2007-04-25
The chief of the Environmental Protection Agency came under fire Tuesday from congressional Democrats, who said he had failed to respond more aggressively to the Supreme Court ruling that greenhouse gas emissions could be federally regulated.
Phoenix Motorcars and UQM to Develop Plug-In Series Hybrid Sport Utility Truck - 2007-04-25
Phoenix Motorcars and UQM Technologies and will collaborate on the development of a plug-in series hybrid model of the sport utility truck currently produced and sold by Phoenix as an all-electric vehicle.
Company gets green light on new bulbs - 2007-04-25
Incandescent light bulbs will be phased out by 2010 but until then one company stands to make millions of dollars by giving away energy-efficient compact fluorescent light bulbs.
O'Malley signs environmental bills - 2007-04-25
Gov. Martin O'Malley and legislative leaders signed a series of bills yesterday designed to protect Maryland's environment - including a "clean cars" law that requires Maryland to adopt tougher emissions standards.
Global warming curbs a bargain, says UN climate panel - 2007-04-24
A UNITED Nations (UN) draft report says laws to curb global warming may reduce world production less than 5,5% by 2050, a cost that economists see as a bargain compared with the price of doing nothing.
Green homes going mainstream - 2007-04-24
Green homes appear poised to move from the novelty wing of the housing market to a mainstream product.
ARB Expert ZEV Panel Bullish on Plug-in Hybrids - 2007-04-24
Overall, the panel has determined that plug-in hybrids are the most likely technology to reach large volume production the soonest.
Major grocery chains cut energy use - 2007-04-24
The grocery business is getting greener, led by new initiatives from chains such as Kroger Co., Wal-Mart Stores Inc. and Tesco PLC.
Ford tackles climate change - 2007-04-24
In one of the strongest statements on climate change ever made by a U.S. auto industry executive, Ford Motor Co. CEO Alan Mulally said Monday that global warming is real, manmade and caused in part by auto emissions.
India signs energy deal - 2007-04-24
Japan has signed a deal to help India fight global warming as the two countries look ahead to working together after the Kyoto Protocol expires in 2012.
Venture capitalists see green in 'green' - 2007-04-24
Venture capitalists turned their attention to alternative energy like never before in the first quarter, pouring four times more money than a year ago, or $237 million into 10 deals. They put another $54 million into environmental innovation.
New Zealand firm says it can make ethanol from carbon monoxide - 2007-04-24
A New Zealand company said it had secured financing from an investor in Silicon Valley to produce ethanol from an untapped source: carbon monoxide gas.
Boeing and Virgin Atlantic to Partner on Biofuels - 2007-04-24
Boeing and Virgin Atlantic announced an environmental partnership, which includes an order for 15 787-9 Dreamliners, marking the largest 787 order to date for Europe.
Tanfield Lands First Contracts for Edison Electric Van - 2007-04-23
Tanfield has officially launched its Edison electric van and has secured its first contracts for initial orders of the Edison with Sainsbury's, TNS, CEVA Logistics and Scottish & Southern Energy.
Ontario Government to Ban Incandescent Lights by 2012 - 2007-04-23
The government of Ontario announced its plan to ban the sale of inefficient light bulbs by 2012.
New York Mayor Presents PlaNYC for a More Sustainable New York; 30% Reduction in CO2 by 2030 - 2007-04-23
New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg chose Earth Day to present a package of 127 initiatives designed to achieve the sustainability goals that he had outlined in December 2006.
Germany Proposes Energy Efficiency Labels for Homes - 2007-04-23
Germany on Friday proposed mandatory energy efficiency labelling for buildings and apartments as part of a Europe-wide effort to cut back on energy waste and promote greener alternatives.
Canadian communities riding green wave of change - 2007-04-23
From pesticide and anti-idling bylaws to taxing parking lots to pay for public transit, municipalities across Canada are taking the environmental lead amid growing public concern over global warming.
Offshore wind farms considered for Rhode Island - 2007-04-20
Gov. Don Carcieri's administration this week unveiled a report calling it feasible to build wind farms off the coast of Rhode Island as part of a plan to get 15 percent of the state's energy from wind in five years.
Businesses told to decrease carbon footprints - 2007-04-20
Global businesses must play a major role in mitigating the impact of climate change by embracing practises that protect the environment, experts told a United Nations-backed conference in Singapore on Thursday.
NYU, Ivy Leagues Top Schools for Green Power - 2007-04-20
New York University purchased 118 kilowatt-hours of renewable energy between 2006 and 2007, earning it the greenest-school title in the EPA's annual College & University Green Power Challenge.
N.Y. state selects Conn. wind power maker - 2007-04-20
Noble Environmental Power, a Connecticut developer of wind-energy projects owned by JP Morgan Partners has been selected by the state of New York to provide renewable energy credits to New York consumers.
New Senate Bill Targets Gasoline Use Reduction of 45% by 2030; $2.3B for Batteries - 2007-04-19
US Senators Jeff Bingaman and Pete Domenici introduced legislation to reduce the use of fossil fuels by improving efficiency in vehicles, buildings, home appliances and industrial equipment.
In Nod to Consumer Tastes, Nissan to Sell Cleaner Cars - 2007-04-19
Nissan Motor will offer its flagship Maxima sedan with a cleaner-burning diesel engine in the United States by 2010, the companys chief executive, Carlos Ghosn, said on Wednesday, offering new details of a plan intended to resonate with environmentally conscious consumers and help Nissan meet new emissions rules.
More retailers go for green the eco kind - 2007-04-19
Home Depot announced plans Tuesday to offer more environmentally friendly products and make it easier for consumers to find them.
Todays Topic Is Solar Energy Systems - 2007-04-19
Education = Good Marketing when it comes to solar.
Dodd To Outline Energy Proposal - 2007-04-19
Sen. Christopher J. Dodd plans to unveil an ambitious energy plan today that aims to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enact a "corporate carbon tax" that would bring in $50 billion annually.
Akeena Solar opens Manteca office - 2007-04-19
Los Gatos-based Akeena (OTCBB:AKNS) said its new office in Manteca is the third opened this year.
Marine energy can be forecast - 2007-04-19
After sputtering along for nearly a decade, marine power appears poised to join the alternative energy juggernaut
Brazil in ethanol production vow - 2007-04-18
Brazil has vowed to increase its production of ethanol, defying calls from Venezuelan president Hugo Chavez to scale back its output.
Fast Food Restaurants Go Green from the Outside In - 2007-04-18
A new McDonald's restaurant in Savannah, Georgia, shows that the green-building model can work for the tens of thousands of of fast-food restaurants nationwide.
Air Force embraces solar power - 2007-04-18
The largest solar power plant in North America will soon be providing electricity to an Air Force base in the Nevada desert.
PHEVs on the Global Engineering Agenda; Defining and Refining the Problem - 2007-04-18
Hybrids and plug-in hybrids are here to stay. They will permeate the global fleet. They are enablers of fuel economy.
Evergreen Solar to build $150M plant in Westborough - 2007-04-17
Marlborough-based Evergreen Solar Inc. today unveiled plans to build a $150 million solar-panel manufacturing plant in Westborough. The expansion of Evergreen's business is expected to create 350 to 375 jobs in the Bay State, according to state officials.
Britain tells US industry to invest in "clean-tech" - 2007-04-17
On the eve of the first U.N. Security Council debate on global warming, British Foreign Secretary Margaret Beckett warned U.S. businesses to invest in carbon-free technology or lose out to Europeans.
World Oil Reserves Are Not Being Fully Replaced - 2007-04-17
The world is currently producing more oil annually than it is replacing with new reserves, according to a new survey of global liquids reserves published by Energy Intelligence, a data and information provider for the global energy industry.
Oakland is No. 1 user of renewable energy - 2007-04-17
Oakland topped a list of U.S. cities using renewable energy, with 17 percent of its power coming from solar, wind and geothermal sources.
Military Sharpens Focus on Climate Change - 2007-04-16
Just last month the U.S. Army War College funded a two-day conference at the Triangle Institute for Security Studies titled "The National Security Implications of Global Climate Change." And tomorrow, a group of 11 retired senior generals will release a report saying that global warming "presents significant national security challenges to the United States," which it must address or face serious consequences.
Boston Mayor Announces Additional Initiatives to Address Greenhouse Gas Emissions - 2007-04-16
Boston Mayor Thomas Menino announced a set of initiatives designed to reduce the city's greenhouse gas emissions and reliance on petroleum.
Ethanol company gets $7.5M tax abatement - 2007-04-16
In a release Monday, the Kansas City-based company (OTCBB: AENS) said the Boone County, Iowa, Board of Supervisors awarded the abatement for the next 12 and a half years. The tax abatement will be used to defer local property taxes on AES' planned $285 million ethanol plant there.
Green venture capital lures wealthy clients - 2007-04-16
Millionaires are piling seed capital into young firms developing green technologies, seeking better control over what happens to money they invest to help improve the environment.
Nissan and NEC To Form Joint Venture To Develop Automotive Li-Ion Batteries - 2007-04-13
Nissan Motor, NEC Corporation, and NEC TOKIN Corporation have signed an agreement to establish a joint-venture company - Automotive Energy Supply Corporation - to develop and market lithium-ion batteries for wide-scale automotive application by 2009.
China Inc taps Japan to go green - 2007-04-13
Executives from some 100 Japanese companies will gather in Tokyo this week with counterparts from about 50 Chinese firms, seeking energy saving, clean coal and nuclear power technologies and hoping to clinch future deals.
Wind farm to boost power supply - 2007-04-13
It is expected to generate enough electricity to power more than 73,000 homes.
U.N. 2009 climate summit might spur treaty talks - 2007-04-13
A possible world climate change summit in 2009 could act as a deadline for governments to agree a new treaty to fight global warming beyond 2012, the head of the U.N. Climate Change Secretariat said on Thursday.
Schwarzenegger attacks those who deny that global warming is real - 2007-04-13
With his status growing as a national leader against global warming, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger yesterday said in a major speech that those who refuse to address climate change are fanatics.
US Gasoline Consumption Hits Record for April - 2007-04-12
US demand for gasoline the week ending April 6 averaged 9.472 million barrels per day, a record for the month of April.
Schwarzenegger in Washington: Make environment sexy - 2007-04-12
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger told environmentalists on Wednesday they needed to stop nagging and make their cause sexy.
Petrobras May Buy Ethanol Tankers as Part of Brazil Ship Plans - 2007-04-12
Petroleo Brasileiro SA, Brazil's state-controlled oil company, may purchase tankers from Brazilian shipyards to export ethanol as the company moves to quadruple foreign sales of the biofuel.
World Bank 'must act on climate' - 2007-04-12
The World Bank needs to set bold new targets to help tackle climate change, UK International Development Secretary Hilary Benn has said.
Chevron and Weyerhauser to Partner on Cellulosic Biofuels - 2007-04-12
Chevron Corporation and Weyerhauser Company have signed a letter of intent to jointly assess the feasibility of commercializing the production of biofuels from cellulose-based sources.
Monaco Leads Europe for Green Future - 2007-04-12
Europe's top tax haven Monaco has led the small countries of the world in the campaign to heighten awareness of environmental issues since Prince Albert became Sovereign in 2005, and has launched a radical plan of its own to cut carbon emissions.
ConocoPhillips Supports Mandatory National Framework to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions - 2007-04-11
ConocoPhillips announced its support for a mandatory national framework to address greenhouse gas emissions and has joined the US Climate Action Partnership, a business-environmental leadership group dedicated to the quick enactment of national legislation to require significant reductions of greenhouse gas emissions.
Joe Bartlett's solar-energy exemption bill passed at 11th hour - 2007-04-11
Despite Senator Pipkin's sketchy attempt to kill it, the solar-energy exemption bill passed at the very last minute.
U.S. states doing better with renewables - 2007-04-11
The Union of Concerned Scientists reported that 21 states and the District of Columbia have adopted renewable electricity standards so that by 2020, carbon dioxide emissions should fall by 108 million metric tons from current levels, which is equivalent to taking 17.7 million cars off the road.
Pennsylvania to Provide $31.4 Million in Development Grants for Alternative Fuels and Energy - 2007-04-11
Pennsylvania Governor Ed Rendell announced the availability of $31.4 million in grants to help businesses and organizations develop clean energy and alternative fuel projects.
Vehicles required to add biodiesel from 2008 - 2007-04-11
Starting next year, drivers in Taiwan will be required to add biodiesel in addition to gasoline to their vehicles to reduce air pollution, following revision of the Energy Administration Law by a committee of the Legislative Yuan.
Azure Dynamics to Supply 1,000 Electric Vehicle Systems to Electro Autos of Mexico - 2007-04-10
Azure Dynamics Corporation has signed a supply agreement with Electro Autos Eficaces of Mexico.
Challenge to Emissions Rule Is Set to Start - 2007-04-10
The fight over cars and carbon dioxide moves today from the Supreme Court to a federal courtroom in Burlington, Vt., in a case that automakers say could reshape vehicles sold on the East and West Coasts.
PG&E Demonstrates Vehicle-to-Grid Technology - 2007-04-10
PG&E, California's biggest utility, showcased the first-ever utility demonstration of Vehicle-to-Grid technology during an alternative energy solution summit in Silicon Valley.
Private Companies Lead Environmentally Friendly Wave - 2007-04-10
Counties in the metro DC region have undertaken environmentally friendly initiatives of varying degrees, with some governments offering incentive programs to reward builders who install low-flush toilets or plant-covered roofs with tax rebates or higher density.
California could tax big cars to subsidize small ones - 2007-04-10
A new bill in the legislature of car-crazy California proposes a heavy new tax on gas-guzzling vehicles that would be used to subsidize fuel-efficient cars, according to news reports Monday.
Many new constraints for Bush on the environment - 2007-04-10
Congress and US courts have hit the administration with a series of policy setbacks on greenhouse-gas emissions, strip mining, and logging.
Supermarkets see green in going green - 2007-04-09
Chain grocers boost organic offerings to meet customer demand
European Ethanol Production Climbs 71% in 2006 - 2007-04-09
European ethanol production rose 71% in 2006 to around 1.56 billion liters according to data published by eBio, the European Bioethanol Fuel Association.
Energy firm alters focus, eyes big boost in revenue - 2007-04-09
Rollcast ready to take advantage of demand for alternative-energy plants
Santa Cruz schools may be converted to all solar power - 2007-04-09
Trustees vote April 18 on a contract calling for energy broker Generating Assets to pay Solar Technologies to install about $24 million worth of photovoltaic cells at each school.
Green with Envy - 2007-04-09
Hybrid car sales are growing worldwide and politicians are pledging money for their development. But is the local car industry ready to go green?
Wal-Mart Expands Employee Sustainability Projects - 2007-04-09
Wal-Mart's "Personal Sustainability Projects" will get a boost according to a new announcement by the company.
Arnie: the incredible green hulk - 2007-04-09
Arnold Schwarzenegger will address the annual conference of Britain's Conservative Party, with the party citing the California governor's commitment to the environment - an issue the British opposition hopes to claim for its own.
Foundation Creates $100-Million Climate Change Initiative - 2007-04-09
The Doris Duke Charitable Foundation announced a $100-million grant-making initiative to help build a clean-energy economy that can reduce the threat of global climate change to people and the environment.
Japan to Set Up Public-Private Project for Cost-Effective Electric Vehicle by 2015 - 2007-04-09
Japan's Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry is beginning to organize a research project with business and academia to develop an electric vehicle by 2015 that costs as much to purchase and to operate as the current generation of minicars.
Lawmakers back bill on renewable energy - 2007-04-06
The New Hampshire House yesterday easily passed a requirement that New Hampshire power companies use more renewable resources in their electric generating plants.
Pacific Power, PGE among tops for renewable energy - 2007-04-06
The Portland-based company sells energy generated by wind, the sun and biomass.
Gov. Doyle: Announces New State and Regional Efforts on Energy Independence, Global Warming - 2007-04-06
Governor Jim Doyle today announced the next steps in Wisconsin's effort to become the nation's leader in energy independence and fight global warming. The initiatives are part of the Governor plan to achieve the goal of "25 by 25" - getting 25 percent of our electricity and 25 percent of our transportation fuels from renewable sources by 2025.
Scientists predict Southwest mega-drought - 2007-04-06
Climate models indicate region will be as dry as Dust Bowl for decades
Scientists predict Southwest mega-drought - 2007-04-06
Climate models indicate region will be as dry as Dust Bowl for decades
Reported US Sales of Hybrids Almost Double in March 2007 - 2007-04-06
Reported US sales of light-duty hybrid vehicles almost doubled in March 2007 from the year before, reaching 34,637 units.
TNT Starts Biodiesel Train in India - 2007-04-05
TNT, one of the world's leading express companies, has launched a pilot project in India to use biodiesel in its delivery vehicles.
Tidal Power: Can the East River Generate Electricity? - 2007-04-05
A narrow slice of the East River directly opposite Queens could be a powerful form of energy.
Pepco targets global warming - 2007-04-05
Local electricity provider Pepco today will lay out its plan for spurring energy conservation and using innovative technologies like smart meters to combat global warming, save customers money and avoid midsummer blackouts.
Bill would require energy efficiency steps at GSA buildings - 2007-04-05
Thousands of federal buildings would get more efficient lights and other equipment to reduce energy use under a Senate bill with bipartisan and White House support.
EU pins hopes on U.S. states to act on climate change - 2007-04-05
Europe is putting enormous faith in U.S. states to drive federal U.S. action against climate change, the top environmental aide to California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger told Reuters on Wednesday.
Towns Getting Tough On Plastic Bag Waste - 2007-04-05
In an effort to keep its town clean and its environment unspoiled the aptly named Canadian town of Leaf Rapids has banned retailers from using plastic bags.
City of Dallas First in the Nation to Use NOx-Cutting Biodiesel Technology from ORYXE Energy - 2007-04-05
Building on efforts to expand the use of clean and renewable energy, the City of Dallas has started running much of its fleet on biodiesel
High-efficiency solar cells come down to earth - 2007-04-05
After proving themselves in space, advanced multijunction solar cells are finally returning to the earthbound applications for which they were originally designed.
Green Homes Save Money, Make Owners Happier - 2007-04-04
Although the number of green homes is small, the market is estimated at about $2 billion, thanks in large part to the fact that owners of green homes are both substantially happier with their homes than other homeowners, and more likely to spread the word about the benefits of building green.
Toyota Adds U.S. Incentives on Prius Hybrid Worth Up to $2,000 - 2007-04-04
Toyota Motor Corp.., after doubling U.S. sales of its Prius hybrid in March, is offering new discounts worth as much as $2,000 to counter dwindling tax credits and to meet rising sales targets.
Getting the price right for solar - 2007-04-04
Suppliers of solar photovoltaic (PV) panels are in the midst of a multiyear investment boom, with an eye toward producing electricity as cheaply as the entrenched standard: fossil-fuel power generation.
Honda and Climate Energy Begin Retail Sales of freewatt Micro-CHP Home Heating and Power System - 2007-04-04
American Honda Motor Co., Inc. and Climate Energy, LLC have begun retail sales of freewatt, their collaborative Micro-sized Combined Heat and Power cogeneration system for homes.
AEP, synonymous with coal, wants more wind power - 2007-04-04
American Electric Power announced it wants to enter long-term purchase agreements for 1,000 megawatts of wind energy, including up to 360 megawatts for its eastern United States service territory -- where coal has traditionally been king.
Toyota's US Sales of Prius and Camry Hybrids Soared in March - 2007-04-04
March also marked a significant milestone for Toyota, with aggregate US sales of Toyota and Lexus hybrids topping the half-million mark.
It's a plug-in hybrid and it's a school bus - 2007-04-03
Bus manufacturers are already rolling out the environmentally friendly vehicles years before major automakers say they will.
Futurama Farming in New York - 2007-04-03
Vertical Farming in New York
Seeking a Car That Gets 100 Miles a Gallon - 2007-04-03
The race is on to develop a commercially viable car that can travel 100 miles on a gallon of gasoline.
A Better Biofuel - 2007-04-03
A California biotech company is engineering microbes to produce cheap biofuels that could out-compete ethanol.
Auto industry urges climate talks - 2007-04-03
Automakers called today for an economy-wide approach to global warming in reaction to a U.S. Supreme Court decision that could give Washington the authority to regulate the emissions of carbon dioxide and greenhouse gases from cars.
Majority favour a new green tax - 2007-04-02
More than three-quarters of Canadians believe the countrys environmental regulations are too weak, while nearly 60 per cent of the population would favour a new green tax on consumer and industrial products to crack down on pollution, a new government study has concluded.
VW to Reduce Fuel Consumption for Models in China by More Than 20% - 2007-04-02
Volkswagon said it intends to become the most environmentally friendly automaker in China.
US Senators Introduce Bill to Nationalize - 2007-04-02
US Senators have introduced a measure that would require automakers to reduce new vehicle greenhouse gas emissions 30% below 2002 levels by 2016.
Hecht's solar bill looking bright - 2007-04-02
Hecht's legislation would increase the minimum amount of renewable energy by 2 percent and require that addition be strictly solar.
Researchers Explore Relationship of Electrode Particle Size to Performance in Li-Ion Batteries - 2007-04-02
Researchers at Delft University of Technology have developed a technique to understand how nanostructuring can affect the performance of Li-ion batteries.
Push for uniform energy policies - 2007-04-02
A HIGH-POWERED committee representing business in some of the world's biggest economies is planning to lobby the leaders of the 21 APEC nations in September to adopt uniform policy principles on energy security and climate change.
Organic food 'better for you' - 2007-04-02
Sales of organic food rose by 30% last year but until now the health benefits of organic food have been the subject of intense debate, with the Advertising Standards Agency advising against claims of nutritional benefits and the Food Standards Agency cool on those claims.
Renewables legislation may fuel $30 million production plant in region - 2007-04-02
Legislative proposals to mandate that N.C. utilities use solar and other renewable-energy sources could help Charlotte keep a local company developing a new process for manufacturing solar cells.