WASHINGTON – Negotiations on a deal to revive the merger between Pepco and Exelon, which would create one of the largest utilities in the country, are reportedly making progress, as Exelon promises rate relief and…
WASHINGTON – In offices across the region, it’s likely that some co-workers, at least part of the time, aren’t happy with the temperature. Help beyond space heaters and fans could be on the way however.…
WASHINGTON — Those wanting to save energy and save cash can take advantage of Maryland’s tax-free weekend during Valentine’s Day weekend. Starting Saturday Feb. 14 and running through Monday shoppers in Maryland can purchase some Energy Star…
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Three Virginia localities are in the running in a national competition to reduce electricity and natural gas use over the next two years. Charlottesville, Blacksburg and Arlington are the communities in…
RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — Gov. Terry McAuliffe’s energy vision for Virginia is stressing a familiar “all of the above” strategy that promotes greater use of renewable generation, efficiency and traditional sources of energy. The thick…
Montgomery County on Wednesday put out a request for proposals for companies interested in installing solar panels in empty parking spots on the top of 12 public garages.
JASON DEAREN Associated Press SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Eight states on the East and West coasts released a plan Thursday for working together to put 3.3 million zero-emission vehicles on the nation’s roads by 2025.…
Bill Traver has sold wood stoves to customers in Maryland, Pennsylvania and West Virginia from his small shop in Hedgesville, W. Va., for nearly three decades, but over the past few years, he\’s seen an increase in sales.
Dominion Virginia Power\’s new long-range plan shifts the utility\’s emphasis to natural gas, with large-scale solar and offshore wind power as primary sources. And energy analyst Mark Cooper says that \”the smart utilities are heading in that direction.\”
Nuclear power may be facing a very
uncertain future, according to a new report.
Tired? We could hear you yawn all the way from here.
For drivers the market for a new car or looking to reduce carbon footprint, the 2013 Washington Auto Show is a one-stop shop to see what\’s out there.
The green and energy sectors have some of the hottest jobs on the market. Joan Michelson, CEO of Green Connections Radio, provides tips for taking advantage of the employment opportunities.
D.C. offers an app aimed at making the Public
Service Commission more transparent. In Maryland,
there\’s a website that lets you comparison shop
Maryland energy policy remains in limbo, without major progress on offshore wind or hydraulic fracturing during the recently completed General Assembly session