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Engineer examines settings inside the yard of an electric substation
Up to 40% of the 400,000 individuals employed by U.S. utilities are expected to retire or leave by 2013, creating demand for a new generation of workers
More than a third of the country's 400,000 electric utility employees are headed for retirement....
Jul 14, 2011 | Read More
Mayor Michael Bloomberg
For more than half a century Indian Point has been a prime employer and tax-revenue generator in the Westchester County region of New York
Editor's Note: In this three-part series, SolveClimate News examines the feasibility of closing...
Jul 11, 2011 | Read More
Solar panel
The oil kingdom's domestic solar industry — both in terms of manufacturing and installations — 'is very much yet to take off,' says industry analyst
Oil giant Saudi Arabia hasn't been shy about putting forward a vision to turn its massive potential...
Mar 9, 2011 | Read More
Kentucky coal plant
Kentucky's EPA-bashing is overshadowing its efforts to pursue cleaner energy, in the face of its almost complete reliance on coal
Kentucky is heading toward its energy future paddling in opposite directions. Some lawmakers want...
Feb 24, 2011 | Read More
Nearly 75% of the smart grid money will come from utilities updating their grids, while industrial giants work to secure their piece of the pie
No one doubts that any big renewables push — like President Obama's call to get 80 percent of U.S....
Feb 3, 2011 | Read More
Scientists at the University of Michigan are beginning the first large-scale test of a new...
Feb 20, 2009 | Read More
The EPA is poised to yank the strings on another Bush-era loophole for dirty coal. Environmental...
Feb 17, 2009 | Read More
Ban construction of any new power plant that doesn't have strict emissions controls
Jan 19, 2009 | Read More