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  • Solar power project paying off for Elkhart County man

    Solar power project paying off for Elkhart County man
    An Elkhart County man has found a way to lessen his electric bill and make money at the same time. WSBT's Ed Ernstes takes a look at the solar power system that may also be helping pump power into your home.   Marvin Bartel has a lot near his home that&...
  • Wind energy town hall set in Virginia Beach

    Wind energy town hall set in Virginia Beach
    A Virginia Beach gathering of offshore wind advocates and national industry leaders is coming to a close with a town hall meeting on the green energy.   The meeting Thursday night will include a representative from the Offshore Wind Development...
  • Wind blade plant officials ask Noem for help

    Wind blade plant officials ask Noem for help
    Molded Fiber Glass officials urged Rep. Kristi Noem over and over Tuesday to extend a tax credit for wind energy. Plant manager Dave Giovannini said during a tour of the Aberdeen plant that the extension of the Production Tax Credit is essential to the...
  • Council hears solar panel review

    The visual impact of solar panels can be minimized, according to a report presented by the Environmental Sustainability Committee reported at the Oct. 2 City Council meeting. The committee, tasked by the council to research the availability of...
  • Wind tax credit put Romney, Kansas lawmakers on opposite sides

    Wind tax credit put Romney, Kansas lawmakers on opposite sides
    Republicans across the country have lined up behind Mitt Romney in his bid to unseat President Barack Obama. However, there's an issue that could cost the presumptive GOP nominee some votes this November. Romney says he would allow the Federal Production...
  • Police: US Commerce Secretary Bryson investigated in 2 Calif. crashes

    Police: US Commerce Secretary Bryson investigated in 2 Calif. crashes
    SAN GABRIEL, Calif. (AP) — Police are investigating two traffic collisions allegedly caused by U.S. Commerce Secretary John Bryson in the Los Angeles area that left him injured and unconscious, authorities said Monday. One of the crashes was...
  • Feds give SDSU prof solar energy grant

    Feds give SDSU prof solar energy grant
    SAN DIEGO -- A San Diego State University engineering professor working to make large-scale solar energy generation more efficient was awarded a $3.9 million federal grant, the school announced Tuesday. The grant from the U.S. Department of Energy's...
  • Dutch ban construction of future wind turbines

    Dutch ban construction of future wind turbines
    Winds of change are blowing through The Netherlands.  The government of North Holland plans to 'red light' future construction of all wind turbines. It’s a shocking decision since they’ve been using wind power for centuries and, well that&...
  • Dog shot in the head and survives

    Dog shot in the head and survives
    A wind farm near Harper adopted a stray dog that had been hanging around for a few days on the job site. They gave him water and food and he in return gave them some fun new company. They named their new friend Titan, short for Titanium. Tuesday night...
  • Edison's renewable energy plan awaits green light from FAA

    A Southern California Edison plan to bring more renewable energy to the Southland is in a temporary holding pattern as the utility waits for Federal Aviation Administration clearance to allow helicopters to buzz over La Cañada Flintridge and Pasadena....
  • Siemens laying off nearly half of its Hutchinson workforce

    Siemens laying off nearly half of its Hutchinson workforce
    Employees at the Siemens plant in Hutchinson learned Tuesday nearly half of them will lose their jobs. “Certainly this is not only a blow to the Hutchinson community, but to the region and to the state of Kansas,” said Hutchinson City Manager...
  • Dog survived not one, but two bullets

    Dog survived not one, but two bullets
    Titan the dog is recovering from surgery to remove a second bullet. "The picture is very clear," Titan's owner, Summer Magyar says.  "As well-trained as he is, it seems like somebody didn't want him anymore, and for some reason they felt the only way...