| Jul 21, 2014 -- The Guardian/All Africa Global Media
A MAJOR investor in the nation's new Electricity Distribution Companies described the graduated increase in Multi-Year Tariff Order (MYTO) as a serious disincentive to the Federal Government electrification programme.
The operator of an underground nuclear waste repository in New Mexico, where a major radiation leak happened, was found to be rewarded with a huge bonus for "excellent" performance just a few days after a fire, U.S. media disclosed.
Last October, Jolyn Bright looked up at her roof in Asbury Park, NJ to see a team of employee volunteers from Wells Fargo's Green Team installing the first-ever GRID Alternatives solar energy system on the Eastern seaboard.
| Jul 19 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Steve DeVane The Fayetteville Observer, N.C.
Helen Livingston's family has owned a 300-acre farm near Maxton for generations. Now 45 acres of the land is covered with more than 26,000 dark solar panels, making it part of a growing movement to harvest electricity from the sun.
| Jul 19 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Elaine Williams Lewiston Tribune, Idaho
Pullman will play a pivotal role in developing technology that could solve one of the biggest issues facing the alternative energy industry -- how to store electricity generated by intermittent sources like wind and sunshine.
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| Jul 19 - McClatchy-Tribune Regional News - Lana Bellamy The Daily Independent, Ashland, Ky.
Rep. Thomas Massie, along with the other members of Congress' Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, passed three bills Wednesday geared toward what they say is protecting jobs against federal overreach.