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Invenergy Given Go-Ahead for West Virginia Wind Farm

Invenergy has received approval to build 124 wind turbines in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, although a lawsuit to block the project is likely. The $300 million, 186-megawatt Beech Ridge Energy Wind Farm would be one of the largest wind-turbine projects east of the Mississippi River. Beech Ridge, a subsidiary of ... Read more »

Chevron to Open Energy Tech Centers in Aberdeen, Perth

Chevron Corporation is opening energy technology centers in Aberdeen, Scotland, and Perth, Australia. The new Chevron centers are expected to open in early 2007. Approximately 100 techies will be employed at each site. The facilities will complement existing major technology centers operated in California and Texas – those centers provide ... Read more »

Hoku to Build Solar Plant in Idaho

Hoku Scientific has selected Idaho as the location for its solar module and polysilicon production facilities. Earlier this year, Hoku Scientific announced its plans to enter the solar and polysilicon businesses by manufacturing up to 30 megawatts of solar modules and up to 1,500 metric tons of polysilicon per year. ... Read more »

Dallas/Fort Worth Airport Agrees 25% Water Cut with EPA

The Dallas/Fort Worth (DFW) International Airport has agreed to reduce energy use by ten percent and water use by 25 percent under the EPA’s Sustainability Partnership program. DFW has agreed to make the improvements during its $1.9 billion, seven-year renovation, the Terminal Renewal and Improvement Program (TRIP), the EPA said. ... Read more »

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