energy

New York News
1:30 pm
Wed April 30, 2014

Forum On Energy And Environment Held In Plattsburgh

People for Positive Action, an advocacy and environmental action group in Plattsburgh, hosted a “People’s Summit on Energy and the Environment” at SUNY Plattsburgh Tuesday evening.

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New York News
12:30 pm
Wed April 23, 2014

Energy And Environment Summit Planned In Plattsburgh

A people’s Summit on Energy and the Environment is planned in Plattsburgh next week.

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New York News
6:06 pm
Wed August 14, 2013

Top Ranking U.S. Energy Official Hears Comments In Capital Region

Asst. Secretary Dr. David Danielson (center) at Union College with Congressman Paul Tonko (left) and Union College Chief of Staff Dr. Edward Summers (right).
Credit Lucas Willard / WAMC

Wednesday in Schenectady leaders of local companies, educational institutions, and other stakeholders met with government leaders to discuss opportunities through energy efficiency. 

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New York News
11:01 am
Sun July 7, 2013

Fervent Foes Devote Their Lives To Fracking Fight

Credit WAMC News

VESTAL, N.Y. (AP) — Big energy companies have been trying for five years to tap the riches of the Marcellus Shale in southern New York. They promise thousands of jobs, economic salvation and an abundant, clean-burning source of fuel.

But for all its political and financial clout, the industry hasn't been able to get its foot in the door. One reason: Folks like Sue Rapp and Vera Scroggins are in the way.

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The Roundtable - Tune for Today
11:26 am
Fri March 22, 2013

Tune for Today

Our Tune for Today is "Energy" by The Apples in Stereo from their 2006 album New Magnetic Wonder co-released by Simian Records, Yep Roc Records and Elephant 6.

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New England News
9:00 pm
Wed January 23, 2013

Mass. AG Coakley Calls for Energy Summit

BOSTON (AP) — Attorney General Martha Coakley plans to convene a "summit" to find ways to bring down what she calls soaring energy costs in Massachusetts.

In a speech to the Greater Boston Chamber of Commerce on Wednesday, Coakley said energy costs discourage employers from moving to the state and make it harder for those already here to expand and add jobs.

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North Country News
1:15 am
Fri January 18, 2013

Vermont Tech Discusses Energy Saving Efforts

Officials at Vermont Technical College say an unofficial all-school competition and a grant from IBM helped reduce the school's electric bill by more than $40,000 in one year.

IBM also worked with the Howard Center, Vermont's largest health and human services organization, to help community members understand and establish procedures for managing the use, cost and conservation of energy.

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New England News
3:12 pm
Tue January 15, 2013

Massachusetts State Government Seeks To Slash It's Energy Bill

Credit WAMC

Top Massachusetts officials have announced a program to reduce energy consumption. It targets the largest energy user in Massachusetts, which is the state government.

   Energy efficiency and conservation improvements will be made at 700 state owned facilities including more than 4000 buildings.  The initiative, called the Accelerated Energy Program, aims to complete all the work within the next 700 days, according to the Massachusetts Secretary of Energy and  Environmental Affairs, Rick Sullivan.

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New England News
6:25 pm
Mon August 13, 2012

Grants Awarded For Local Energy Projects

Mass.Energy & Environmental Affairs Sec. Rick Sullivan next to a map showing " Green Communities" during a grant award ceremony in Amherst
WAMC

More communities in Massachusetts are getting state  financial help with local energy projects. The funding awarded Monday comes courtesy of  landmark legislation passed four years ago that was designed to increase clean energy momentum.   WAMC”s Pioneer Valley Bureau Chief Paul Tuthill reports.

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Vox Pop
3:00 pm
Wed August 8, 2012

Vox Pop : Fracking : 8/8/12

In a recently published interview, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation chairman Joe Martens says that the state’s review of the potential environmental impacts of hydraulic fracturing for natural gas – known as ‘fracking’ – remains a work in progress, despite the department having already produced about 4,000 pages on the subject.

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