Daily Archives: April 22, 2013
As the employment picture perks up in some major metropolitan areas, job seekers might be tempted to limit their search to those cities. But as it turns out, the places with the healthiest employment numbers aren’t always the best areas for finding a job.
CEDARVILLE, Ohio, April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Cedarville University will dedicate its large scale solar power system that will convert sunlight into clean, electricity to help meet the campus’ growing power requirements on Friday, April 26, at 1 p.m. The 2,154 kilowatt…
CHARLOTTE, N.C., April 22, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – They say one man’s trash is another man’s treasure. This Earth Day, it certainly rings true for a newly open recycling facility converting wastewater into fuel. BlackGold Biofuels of Charlotte has opened an innovative recycling facility…
Do you wait in breathless anticipation every time Professor Farnsworth greets his crew with the words, “Good news, everyone?” Can you read one of Futurama’s languages? Do you think that Morbo needs to replace Matt Lauer? If so, then you’re going to need a big swig of Olde Fortran Malt Liquor: the sublime science fiction comedy Futurama has been cancelled.
SpaceX tweeted this photo today showing its Dragon capsule berthed to the International Space Station. Earth is beautiful every day, and you can’t beat a view like this.
Solar company Soitec has struck a deal with Khaled Juffali to cooperate on driving solar industry growth in Saudi Arabia and the Middle East.
Private equity giant Blackstone has upped its investment in IT security and efficiency business Carbon Black in order to cascade the company’s technology throughout the rest of its portfolio.
Indian wind power developer Mytrah Energy has selected banks to manage its initial public offering in Singapore.
The Indian state of Meghalaya has beaten its Renewable Purchase Obligation (RPO) target by 564 per cent due to policy support and wind power investment, making it the leading state for renewable energy generation.
SolarWorld told NewNet that CEO Frank Asbeck is interested in picking up solar cell production assets that Bosch is trying to sell off.
Greenbriar Capital has purchased an 80MW wind project in Utah through a cash payment.