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Record Hill Wind snags $102M wind power loan guarantee
August 17, 2011
The U.S. Department of Energy today awarded a $102 million conditional loan guarantee to Record Hill Wind to build a 50.6-megawatt wind power farm in Maine. Record Hill Wind will also build an eight-mile transmission line between the farm and transmission equipment...
The Conversation We Should Be Having
January 21, 2011
This year's Clean-Tech Investor Summit was anything but a cheerleading session for clean-tech entrepreneurs.
Coal Plants Emitting Less SO2, NOx This Year, EPA Says
August 18, 2010
Coal-fired power plants have continued to cut their soot- and smog-forming emissions this year, according to newly released estimates from U.S. EPA.
EPA reviewing air pollution rules for oil, gas
July 29, 2010
DENVER — Federal air pollution standards for the oil and gas industry are sorely outdated amid ramped up drilling, leaving thousands of emissions sources "under the radar," citizens groups said Wednesday.