By Tom Steward | Watchdog Minnesota ST. PAUL, Minn. — There’s a new state lottery kicking off on Jan. 1 that might just offer better odds of a payoff than the scratch cards, Gopher 5 and Daily 3 games already out there.
— Take 13 college students from diverse backgrounds, ask them to build something purposeful out of junk and voila! — the result is a pair of funky three-wheeled bikes, powered by renewable energy, that transport people and cargo anytime, ...
Happy Holidays. Yes, start celebrating the “Spirit of ‘14.” Wall Street has glad tidings for investors everywhere.
The financial adviser and longtime Democrat had collected more signatures for Initiative 937's alternative energy law than anyone else in Washington back in 2006. Click to Continue »
(Steven Hayward) Connoisseurs of environmental lore may recall the time Fred Hartley, the then-chairman of Union Oil, was skewered for his comment to a Senate committee in the aftermath of the 1969 Santa Barbara oil spill that “I’m amazed at the ...
BANGOR, Maine — The Legislature will have its hands full when it convenes its next session if it’s going to tackle the gamut of requests and recommendations laid out by the Bangor Region Chamber of Commerce.
Energy Partners LLC founder and GVSU professor emeritus Jim Wolter thinks he and partner Ed Brandel have come upon an energy storage device that could be a game changer, according to The Muskegon Chronicle ( ).
By William T. Perkins A local solar panel provider is making efforts to reach out to the community to answer questions and respond to concerns about alternative energy. Third Sun Solar Company, who has provided solar paneling for the Athens ...
For wind farms, bald eagles’ deaths are getting a special permit by the Obama administration that goes against a 73-year old law. As previously reported by The Inquisitr, bald eagle deaths from one wind farm company led to a $1 million fine.
Credit: Lux Research With the recent uptick in hydraulic fracturing, or “fracking,” for shale gas in the U.S. and abroad, some renewable energy advocates have worried that cheaper natural gas could harm solar’s competitiveness.