New York State Bill A.5317 was signed into law by Governor Cuomo on December 14, 2015.
A long-time leader in the development of systems and equipment for the recycling of plastics, Herbold USA is taking steps to make its Rhode Island headquarters more environmentally friendly.
Sonoma Academy in Sonoma County, California, has switched to solar power. Their solar power system will generate enough electricity to power approximately 50 average homes and will avoid production of 6,266 lbs. of carbon dioxide emissions per year.
Roeslein Alternative Energy disclosed that the turnkey facility to create and inject large quantities of Renewable Natural Gas (RNG) into the national grid system, created from one of the largest concentrations of finishing hogs in the Midwest, will be operational by mid-2016.
Novato and Sonoma based SolarCraft completed a 20 kW solar electric system at Martine’s Wines in Novato, California.
In one of the largest solar projects undertaken in North Carolina, Google will benefit from Duke Energy Carolinas’ Green Source Rider program – meeting a portion of the power demand from the company’s data center in Lenoir with solar energy.