$13.5 Million awarded for projects supporting sustainable offshore wind development

October 14, 2021 The US Department of Energy (DOE) is funding four projects with $13.5 million to obtain critical environmental and wildlife data to support offshore wind development. The projects will inform offshore wind siting and permitting, and help protect wildlife and fisheries as offshore wind deployment increases under the country’s target of installing 30 […]

Mainers Strongly Back Key Elements of Biden’s Build Back Better Package

By Ramona du Houx October 7, 2021 Voters in both congressional districts support lower Rx prices and green infrastructure investments As Congress debates the $3.5 trillion budget package, recent polling shows that nearly two-thirds of Maine voters approve of key elements of the proposal to address the high cost of prescription medication and make investments […]

Over 40 New York elected officials urge Gov. Hochul to stop the Gowanus fracked gas plant

October 7, 2021, 43 elected officials issued a letter to Governor Hochul, demanding that she stop the Gowanus fracked gas plant repowering proposal in Sunset Park. Officials at all levels of New York government signed onto the letter urging Governor Hochul to stop the fossil fuel project, including Public Advocate Jumaane Williams, Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams, […]

DOE’s clean energy cybersecurity accelerator program helps clean energy grid

OCTOBER 6, 2021 Program Will Accelerate the Deployment of Cyber Solutions to Combat Threats to the Power Grid  WASHINGTON, D.C. — The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) and the National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) on October 6, 2021 announced the launch of the Clean Energy Cybersecurity Accelerator, a technology partnership of federal experts, industry partners in […]


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