Comments Off on As some federal energy incentives end, New York eyes substitutes
The Empire State is stepping up by providing up-front incentives for small wind installations and renewable thermal technologies.
Comments Off on How one Indian city is taking on air pollution
Ahmedabad, India aims to protect its most vulnerable from dangerous air pollution.
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How one Indian city is taking on air pollution
Comments Off on Green For All and University of Phoenix Host Academy for Green Businesses in Washington D.C.
On Wednesday, Sept. 26 from 9:00am to 4:30pm, Green for All and University of Phoenix are teaming up to host a free workshop designed to help entrepreneurs and small businesses succeed in the green economy. During the academy, local business owners will learn about funding and incentives for green businesses, pitching their businesses, procurement, sustainability and networking with industry and community leaders. Industry leaders will be involved in panel discussions. Gilbert Campbell of Volt Energy will be the keynote speaker. Panelists may be available for interviews at the event. The event is free and open to the public but online registration is required to attend http://bit.ly/DC_GreenBiz
Comments Off on Small Car Frenzy: Too Much, Too Soon?
According to an article over at Reuters , the coming onslaught of new small car models from major manufacturers over the course of the next year may cause an oversupply in that market segment and force automakers into a situation of offering large incentives for them at reduced profits.
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Small Car Frenzy: Too Much, Too Soon?