Monthly Archives: April 2012

Biofuel Expansion in SC

Lincoln Energy is expanding its South Carolina biofuels facility. Read More

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Americans Support Inglis’ Approach

Polling shows the American people support Inglis’s proposed approach. Read More

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Bob Inglis Promoting Reduced Carbon Emissions

Former South Carolina US Representative Bob Inglis is promoting market-based solutions to reduce carbon emissions. Read More

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New Energy Reality

New report finds “business-as-usual” approach by electric utilities to be risky for their bottom line, as well as rate-payers and investors. Is SC adequately preparing for this new energy reality? Read More

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Maryland Supporting More Solar Power

Maryland increases solar requirements within the state’s renewable portfolio standard. Read More

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Competition for Arctic Resources Heats Up

As the Arctic becomes more accessible due to ice melt, countries maneuver for advantages in a race to access new resources and control new shipping lanes. Read More

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Wildlife and Warm Winters

Wildlife in the Lowcountry responds to our exceptionally warm winter. Read More

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Cost of Solar Power Decreasing

The cost of solar energy continues to plummet and now averages less than 90 cents per watt. Read More

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Wind Power Benefits in the US

The American Wind Energy Association releases its 2011 report detailing how wind power is bringing innovation and manufacturing back to the US. Read More

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Learn More About Wind Manufacturing!

Participate in one of these webinars and learn more about wind manufacturing opportunities in the Southeast. Read More

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