More than $265,000 will finance storage systems and controls for high wind penetration studies.
Long-range transport study links California insecticide use of chlorpyrifos and endosulfan to amphibian population declines in the Sierra Nevada Mountains.
The American Water Works Association's certification study guide is now available for purchase.
Sandia says the material removes bacterial, viral and other organic and inorganic contaminants from river water destined for human consumption and from wastewater treatment plants.
The annual Energy and Power Distribution Conference will be held Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at the Houston Hobby Airport Marriott in Houston.
Greater meat consumption and demand for fossil fuels worldwide are expected to cause increasingly more harmful algal blooms and dead zones in coastal and freshwater areas.
EPA’s Climate Leaders Program takes notice, sees a growing trend as more companies join and set new goals.
Governor says nearly $23 million will be used to triple state's solar capacity.
According to a recent press release, IBM is the lead systems integrator for Oncor's advanced metering systems deployment.
The offer is good for U.S. exports loans related to renewable energy, water, and nuclear power projects.
The conference will address the perceived and actual risks of pharmaceuticals and endocrine disrupting chemicals in water.
The British government will allow MGT Power Limited to proceed with the development of a 295-MW biomass electricity plant.
Dallas-based company carries a full line of rainwater harvesting containers from RTS Plastics.
EPA is working with water supply systems to determine whether to set new standards for contaminants.
EPA gives Bill Patenaude of Rhode Island the wastewater operator trainer's Spark Plug award.
EPA's documents will help inform the development of water quality criteria by 2012.
Military branch uses Enviance system to track and manage its greenhouse gas emissions.
As an invasive species, Burmese pythons are negatively affecting native species.