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Hydrogen At Tipping Point – $11 trillion Market On Tap

NEW YORK - After decades of false starts, hydrogen technology is poised to take off as falling production costs, technological improvements, and a global push toward sustainability converge, according to Bank of America. The firm believes this will generate $2.5 trillion in direct revenue — or $4 trillion if revenue from associated products such as

By |2020-10-02T17:30:09-04:00October 2nd, 2020|Clean Update, Clean, green, hybrid, Clean, Green, wireless|

MSPC Approves DTE Electric’s Amended Renewable Energy Plan

 LANSING - The Michigan Public Service Commission approved DTE Electric Co.’s amended renewable energy plan (Case No. U-18232), expanding the company’s portfolio of wind and solar power generation facilities and addressing concerns raised by the Commission in previous orders, including the ability for third-party purchased power agreements to be used to meet the renewable portfolio standard.    The Commission approved DTE

Michigan Receives $35.1 Million To Help Struggling Households Pay Energy Costs 

LANSING - The State of Michigan has been awarded more than $35 million in additional federal funding to help vulnerable households struggling to afford utility bills during the COVID-19 pandemic, as radio broadcasters across the state air public service announcements alerting Michiganders to the assistance available to those in need.   The U.S. Department of Health

Radomsky Retuns To NextEnergy As VP New Market Services

DETROIT - Daniel Radomski has returned to NextEnergy as Vice President, New Market Services. He had previously worked at the alternative energy group in value-chain mapping and economic development strategy. Radomski?s key responsibilities will be to oversee the development, delivery, and generation of NextEnergy?s value-chain analysis and business-growth services to suppliers, ventures, and OEMs operating

By |2012-01-24T00:00:00-05:00January 24th, 2012|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|

MI H2Objective Conference: Research Shaping Michigan’s Water Future

DETROIT ? Wayne State University if hosting a conference Sept. 29-30 to connect scientists, researchers, and community leaders working in academia, industry, and government from across the state of Michigan to explore the future of Michigan?s water resources. The conference will be held at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center and Community Arts Auditorium Wayne State

By |2011-09-15T00:00:00-04:00September 15th, 2011|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|

Strategic Staffing Solutions To Donate $33,780 To Women’s Shelter

DETROIT ? Technology-focused Strategic Staffing Solutions will present a check for $33,780 on Nov. 7 to My Sister?s Place, a shelter that provides emergency placement, counseling, personal support and legal assistance to battered women. The donation comes from two fund raisers held by Strategic Staffing Solutions to support the shelter. ?To date, S3 and the

By |2006-11-02T00:00:00-05:00November 2nd, 2006|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|

The Engineering Society Of Detroit Elects New Officers, Directors

SOUTHFIELD ? David Meynell, President and CEO of Durr Systems, is the new president of the Engineering Society of Detroit, which also elected another dozen officers and board members at its annual meeting at the GM Wintergarden, Renaissance Center in Detroit. Other officers include: Richard Haller, President-Elect, President and COO Walbridge Aldinger Co. David Skiven,

By |2005-07-10T00:00:00-04:00July 10th, 2005|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|

GPSi Closes $1 Million Loan With Hennessey Capital To Fund Growth

PONTIAC ? GPSi has closed $1 million in subordinated senior debt from Hennessey Capital of Huntington Woods to meet increased demand for its Guidepoint telematics service in Mexico and North America. GPSi said its business in Mexico has more than tripled since February 2005, when it launched the new digital telematics system, which was developed

By |2005-06-26T00:00:00-04:00June 26th, 2005|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|

Army Unveils Hybrid Vehicle Aimed At Civilian, Military Markets

DETROIT ? The U.S. Army?s National Automotive Center Monday at the 2005 SAE World Congress rolled out a hybrid light duty vehicle ? for homeland defense, military and commercial missions ? that the Army says will reduce costs by using the same non-automotive components. The MP Hybrid diesel-electric vehicle is developed in conjunction with Quantum

By |2005-04-11T00:00:00-04:00April 11th, 2005|Archive, Clean, Green, wireless|