EERE Network News
March 06, 2002
News and Events
Nevada Power Company announced last week that it will buy the power from a new 85-megawatt wind power plant at DOE's Nevada Test Site (NTS).
British Columbia may also be the site of the first wave power facility in North America.
New building energy codes for commercial buildings went into effect in Seattle, Washington, last week.
DOE awarded nearly $10.5 million for 14 cooperative agreements with states last week.
The southeastern United States can reduce its production of carbon dioxide while cutting nitrogen oxide and sulfur dioxide emissions through energy efficiency, renewable energy, and other clean energy sources.
The California Energy Commission (CEC) released last week its formal report on the state's actions during last summer's electricity crisis.
As renewable energy and energy efficiency continues to advance in strides, a new energy competitor may be on the horizon: a low-temperature means of achieving nuclear fusion.