‘Fueling the Future’ clean transportation event draws a packed house to learn about alternative fuel vehicles
The Delaware Clean Cities Coalition, in conjunction with DNREC’s Division of Energy & Climate, hosted a capacity attendance of more than 170 transportation professionals from across Delaware and neighboring states at Fueling the Future: Clean Transportation for a Greener Delaware at Dover Downs Hotel and Casino.
Governor Markell, Federal, State and Local Officials Join Calpine CEO for Garrison Energy Center Groundbreaking
Governor Markell along with federal, state, Kent County and City of Dover officials joined Calpine Corporation (CPN) Chief Executive Officer Jack Fusco in celebrating the groundbreaking of the Garrison Energy Center, a 309-megawatt power plant.
Bloom Energy breaks ground on new Manufacturing Center in Delaware, and announces new customers leading the way in energy innovation.
The Governor talks about Bloom Energy coming to Delaware. On Monday, Bloom will break ground on Bloom energy’s first East Coast manufacturing facility, to be constructed on the former site of the Chrysler plant in Newark, which is now part of the University of Delaware’s Science, Technology and Advanced Research campus. Once completed, it will bring an estimated 1,500 manufacturing, supply chain and construction jobs to the region.
Delaware Electric Cooperative will soon break ground on a four megawatt solar park in Sussex County, Delaware. Twenty acres of solar panels will be installed near Georgetown, capable of producing enough energy to power 500 homes. The park could eventually be expanded to 40 acres with the ability to produce eight megawatts of power.