Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub chosen by Department of Energy to receive funding to advance clean energy
The United States Department of Energy announced today that the Mid-Atlantic Clean Hydrogen Hub (MACH2) was selected for award negotiations to receive up to $750 million in funding from the Hydrogen Hubs program to support the development of a clean hydrogen hub–a network of hydrogen producers, consumers, and local connective infrastructure–in Delaware, Southeastern Pennsylvania and […]
Dover, Del—Natural gas prices have spiked in the past six months and are up more than 30 percent since the end of August 2021. This is largely due to increased U.S. demand and the ongoing energy crisis in Europe. According to the Energy Information Administration, about 43 percent of Delaware households rely on natural gas […]
Organizations looking to reduce energy consumption and related costs through energy-efficient lighting now have expanded grant opportunities.
Governors Carney and Hogan, Delaware’s Federal Delegation Issue Statements on FERC Artificial Island Ruling
Ruling will significantly reduce cost of project for Delaware businesses and residential ratepayers WILMINGTON, Del. – The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has denied a rehearing request on the cost allocation for the $278 million Artificial Island transmission line project, and established a fair allocation that will significantly reduce future costs for businesses and residential electric […]
DNREC’s Nonpoint Source Program offering free trees to Delaware residents in partnership with DDA’s Forest Service
DNREC’s Division of Watershed Stewardship Nonpoint Source Program is offering a free tree to Delaware residents in partnership with the Delaware Forest Service’s Urban and Community Forestry program within the Department of Agriculture.