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3.1.2016

Columbia Gas to replace lines on 2 Leetsdale streets

Columbia Gas this week began replacing about 1,700 feet of steel pipe with plastic pipe in Leetsdale

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Bobby Cherry The Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

3.1.2016

Energy plant could bring 200 jobs

A coal-fired electrical station in Lumberton has been reopened as a renewable energy plant that could create as many as 200 jobs.

LUMBERTON -- Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Bob Shiles The Robesonian, Lumberton, N.C.

3.1.2016

Portland firm wins federal funds for river power generator

The Portland-based company that piloted a tidal power generator in Cobscook Bay announced its smaller-scale river generator project has won another $1.5 million from the U.S. Department of Energy.

PORTLAND, Maine -- Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Darren Fishell Bangor Daily News, Maine

3.1.2016

Turning Americans' Bad Food-Waste Habit Into Renewable Energy

Americans funnel 40 percent of it into the trash, and it's the single biggest material in landfills.

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Elizabeth Daigneau Governing

3.1.2016

Siemens exec Mark Pringle to retire March 31

Mark Pringle, who led Siemens' Charlotte manufacturing plant through a major expansion, will retire March 31, the company said Tuesday.

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Katherine Peralta The Charlotte Observer

3.1.2016

Proposed higher-voltage power poles spark debate over safety and need on Eastside

Puget Sound Energy chose the name "EnergizeEastside" for its proposal to build 18 miles of new high-voltage power lines from Renton to Redmond

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Lynn Thompson The Seattle Times

3.1.2016

Alaska House committee says no to Walker's pipeline budget, for now

The Alaska House Finance Committee on Monday rejected Gov. Bill Walker's $40 million budget request for the state's proposed natural gas pipeline, reflecting what lawmakers said was their uncertainty about the $55 billion project's next steps.

JUNEAU -- Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Nathaniel Herz Alaska Dispatch News, Anchorage

3.1.2016

Siemens to sell gas turbine-making technology to Iran

Iran and Germany are going to sign energy agreements during an upcoming visit to Germany by Iranian Energy Minister Hamid Chitchian.

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Mehdi Sepahvand Trend News Agency, Baku, Azerbaijan

3.1.2016

Cumberland County property owners to find out soon if pipeline can run through land

Three Cumberland County property owners will have to wait until at least next month to find out if their arguments against a pipeline, proposed to run beneath their land, will stand up in court.

CARLISLE -- Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Steve Marroni The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, Pa.

3.1.2016

Environmental law firm suggests Jessup seek larger host agreement

An environmental law firm hired by a power plant opposition group says Invenergy's $1 million annual host agreement offer to Jessup borough should be $5 million per year higher

Mar 1 - McClatchy-Tribune Content Agency, LLC - Jeff Horvath The Times-Tribune, Scranton, Pa.

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