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Governor Markell Cuts the Ribbon on Solar Power System for Belvedere Fire Company in Wilmington

Built from Delaware-manufactured components by Delaware contractors, the system will save the fire company an estimated one-third of its electric utility costs – approximately $400,000 over the life of the system.




Today: Acting Deputy Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank to Travel to New Castle, Delaware

Blank will tour solar manufacturing facility to highlight President’s State of the Union clean energy, manufacturing initiatives




State Issues Permit to Transform NRG Dover Energy Center

Governor Jack Markell and DNREC Secretary Collin O’Mara announced that an air quality construction permit has been issued to NRG Energy Center Dover for a project that will transform its current coal-fueled facility in Kent County into one of the nation’s cleanest power plants.




Delaware Moves to the Head of the Class on Grid Interconnection

“Integrating more clean energy into the grid puts more people to work, supports capital investment, and promotes a healthier environment,” Gov. Markell said. “Through strong bipartisan support, Delaware has demonstrated repeatedly that we can strengthen our economy and improve our environment at the same time.”




Bloom Proposal to Put Hundreds of Delawareans to Work Moves Forward with Public Service Commission’s Unanimous Vote

“This vote brings us closer to creating hundreds of jobs for Delawareans and making a substantial positive impact for our State’s economy. I thank the PSC, its staff and consultants for their independent and thoughtful consideration. Their decision to move this process forward will bring significant benefits to Delaware.” Markell said.







 Pages Tagged With: "energy"

Governor Markell Cuts the Ribbon on Solar Power System for Belvedere Fire Company in Wilmington

Built from Delaware-manufactured components by Delaware contractors, the system will save the fire company an estimated one-third of its electric utility costs – approximately $400,000 over the life of the system.




Today: Acting Deputy Commerce Secretary Rebecca Blank to Travel to New Castle, Delaware

Blank will tour solar manufacturing facility to highlight President’s State of the Union clean energy, manufacturing initiatives




State Issues Permit to Transform NRG Dover Energy Center

Governor Jack Markell and DNREC Secretary Collin O’Mara announced that an air quality construction permit has been issued to NRG Energy Center Dover for a project that will transform its current coal-fueled facility in Kent County into one of the nation’s cleanest power plants.




Delaware Moves to the Head of the Class on Grid Interconnection

“Integrating more clean energy into the grid puts more people to work, supports capital investment, and promotes a healthier environment,” Gov. Markell said. “Through strong bipartisan support, Delaware has demonstrated repeatedly that we can strengthen our economy and improve our environment at the same time.”




Bloom Proposal to Put Hundreds of Delawareans to Work Moves Forward with Public Service Commission’s Unanimous Vote

“This vote brings us closer to creating hundreds of jobs for Delawareans and making a substantial positive impact for our State’s economy. I thank the PSC, its staff and consultants for their independent and thoughtful consideration. Their decision to move this process forward will bring significant benefits to Delaware.” Markell said.