Maryland Department of the Environment releases annual clean air progress report

Baltimore, MD – Despite one the hottest summers ever recorded locally, Maryland continued to make dramatic progress on reducing air pollution and improving air quality according to finding in a new report by the Maryland Department of the Environment. The report was released ahead of Air Quality Awareness Week, which is observed May 1-5.

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TDEC unveils electric initiative at Bear Trace course

Cutting edge electric golf course maintanence equipment was unveiled by the Tennessee Department of Environment and Conservation at the Bear Trace at Harrison Bay Golf Course earlier this week.

The event showcased the equipment while demonstrating its positive environmental impacts and energy savings, among other benefits. One of those benefits is quiet. The motors go

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NCSEA Success Stories: BioWheels

Stan Cross, BioWheels RTS Co-Founder and Principal focused on Advocacy and Outreach. He also serves as Education Director of Warren Wilson College’s Environmental Leadership Center; proven education, communication and sustainability implementation experience; maintains a network of national sustainability leaders; 2007 North Carolina Environmental Educator of the Year; 2010 recipient of the North Carolina Coastal Federation’s

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Plug-In Hybrid Electric F-150 Pick-Up Truck Demonstrated at Conference in Williamsburg, Virginia

June 4, – Quantum Fuel Systems Technologies Worldwide, Inc., a global leader in natural gas, hydrogen and hybrid/electric vehicle technologies, today announced that it will demonstrate its clean, fuel efficient, Plug-In Hybrid Electric (PHEV) F-150 pickup truck to nation’s leading fleet managers at the 2012 Electric Utility Fleet Managers Conference (EUFMC) in Williamsburg, Virginia, June

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Maryland Firm Develops Solar Tracking Electric Car Charging Station

Columbia, MD, June 1 – A high-efficiency, high-visibility solar-powered car-charging system made by a Maryland company is giving electric vehicle owners a means to refuel their vehicles with clean energy – and just as important, a way for businesses to attract and serve this new class of consumer: the EV driver.

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Raleigh a national leader in promoting electric vehicles

When it comes to electric vehicles, Raleigh is not only leading the state of North Carolina. It was one of three cities in the nation selected four years ago to set the trend in preparing for the new mode of transportation.

Rocky Mountain Institute in Boulder, Colo. approached city officials in Raleigh, Indianapolis, Ind., and

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