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Report Outlines Offshore Wind Opportunities, Challenges for Delaware

The opportunities and challenges ahead for Delaware as it explores the possibilities of the state entering the growing offshore wind industry are outlined in a new report prepared by University of Delaware researchers for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.




EPA Reinstates California’s Vehicle Emissions Waiver, Helping to Get Delaware’s Air Quality Back on Track

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s decision this week to reinstate a California waiver that raises emissions limits for passenger vehicles in 14 states, including Delaware, has drawn praise from Delaware’s leaders for helping curtail air pollution while improving air quality.




Delaware Climate Action Plan Virtual Presentations Scheduled Dec. 6 and 9

Delawareans interested in strategies for minimizing emissions and maximizing resilience to the impacts of climate change identified in Delaware’s Climate Action Plan have two opportunities to learn more at upcoming presentations from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. The presentations will be available in both English and Spanish.




Presentaciones Virtuales del Plan de Acción Climática de Delaware Fechas: 6 y 9 de diciembre

Los habitantes de Delaware interesados en saber las estrategias para minimizar las emisiones y maximizar la resiliencia a los impactos del cambio climático identificados en el Plan de Acción Climática de Delaware tienen dos oportunidades de informarse más sobre el tema en dos próximas presentaciones que ofrecerá el Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Control Ambiental (DNREC). Ambas presentaciones estarán disponibles tanto en inglés como en español.




DNREC Seeks Contractor Applications for Solar Pilot Program

Low- to moderate-income homeowners who have found installation of solar panels beyond their reach could get assistance with a pilot program expected to launch next year.







 Pages Tagged With: "Climate Action Plan"

Report Outlines Offshore Wind Opportunities, Challenges for Delaware

The opportunities and challenges ahead for Delaware as it explores the possibilities of the state entering the growing offshore wind industry are outlined in a new report prepared by University of Delaware researchers for the Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control.




EPA Reinstates California’s Vehicle Emissions Waiver, Helping to Get Delaware’s Air Quality Back on Track

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s decision this week to reinstate a California waiver that raises emissions limits for passenger vehicles in 14 states, including Delaware, has drawn praise from Delaware’s leaders for helping curtail air pollution while improving air quality.




Delaware Climate Action Plan Virtual Presentations Scheduled Dec. 6 and 9

Delawareans interested in strategies for minimizing emissions and maximizing resilience to the impacts of climate change identified in Delaware’s Climate Action Plan have two opportunities to learn more at upcoming presentations from the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control. The presentations will be available in both English and Spanish.




Presentaciones Virtuales del Plan de Acción Climática de Delaware Fechas: 6 y 9 de diciembre

Los habitantes de Delaware interesados en saber las estrategias para minimizar las emisiones y maximizar la resiliencia a los impactos del cambio climático identificados en el Plan de Acción Climática de Delaware tienen dos oportunidades de informarse más sobre el tema en dos próximas presentaciones que ofrecerá el Departamento de Recursos Naturales y Control Ambiental (DNREC). Ambas presentaciones estarán disponibles tanto en inglés como en español.




DNREC Seeks Contractor Applications for Solar Pilot Program

Low- to moderate-income homeowners who have found installation of solar panels beyond their reach could get assistance with a pilot program expected to launch next year.