Energy Management

Report Finds DOE’s Energy Loan Program Needs Improvement

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In the wake of the Solyndra debacle, controversy concerning Obama’s decisions to support green technology with energy loans continues to rage. The White House recently commissioned a review of the energy loan program from Herb Allison, an investment banker with experience in government financing programs. Mr. Allison recommended overhauls. Mr. Allison found the Department of Energy’s loan program to be ...

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Offshore Wind Energy Clears Major Development Hurdle

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

Wind energy sites are one step closer to being constructed and leased in the mid-Atlantic. On February 2nd, Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar and Tommy P. Beaudreau, the director of the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, issued a statement that their wind energy project had cleared an environmental assessment hurdle. The Department of the Interior can now proceed in ...

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REDIRECT

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

Guest post by Kerry Mitchell, President of Green Education On Line Green Education On Line is pleased to announce the launch of their Sustainability Education Series delivered on line for internal training in CSR and Sustainability planning for employee education. Green Education On Line, who has “green” educated over 7,000 online, at conferences and on site is now ready to ...

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Historical Chicago Building Converting to LEED-worthy Green Exchange

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

Most people may not realize that the city of Chicago, Illinois is one of the greenest cities in the US, largely due to its green technology commitment for building sustainable architecture that’s LEED certified. “Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design” (LEED) is the architectural design industry standard where green energy costs for building supplies as well as building maintenance can ...

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China Goes Green Initiating Major Climate Change Project

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

Since one of the key requirements of green technology is to make our world more sustainable and environmentally friendly, the issue of global warming and climate change (also correctly labeled “global weirding”) is an international undertaking. Realizing that China is responsible for producing the most Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) of any country worldwide, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection initiated a US equivalent ...

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GE Nucleus is Premature Green Technology

U.S. Green Technology | Where Main Street Meets Green Street

For assistance with your green jobs search, check out the CareerBuilder Resource Center at U.S. Green Technology. There you can get help crafting your resume, tailoring your job hunt, and connecting with employers who will share your values and appreciate your skills. GE’s new green technology, the Nucleus, is a home energy management system that works in conjunction with a ...

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Green Technology Jobs Plentiful at The Green Job Bank

Green Technology News and Jobs | U.S. Green Technology

For online purveyors now searching for jobs in green technology, alternative energy resources and green educational opportunities, www.thegreenjobbank.com is truly a notable find with nearly 600 potential employer business profiles listed according to its Founder & Publisher, Bernard Ferret. In addition, the website boasts a rapidly growing catalog of almost 50 featured job training programs in the green sector. To ...

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