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Pipe dream or possibility? Eliminating nuclear weapons while keeping nuclear power safe

A new global initiative could become a way to reduce -- and eventually eliminate -- the proliferation of nuclear weapons, while at the same time giving countries the opportunity to develop nuclear power safely.

Latest DTE Energy solar project a long time in the making

The largest developer of solar energy projects in the state of Michigan, DTE Energy, is expanding its solar power portfolio by installing an array in the city of Ypsilanti. The project is part of DTE Energy SolarCurrents, a pilot program launched in 2009.

Dumping drilling: Coalition demanding stronger oil and gas regs

A coalition of environmental organizations, including the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), the Environmental Integrity Project and Earthworks, have filed a legal notice with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency demanding regulations to stop oil and gas companies from dumping drilling and fracking waste in ways that threaten public health and the environment.

Benefits of Entergy consolidation could span decades

Customers of Entergy Louisiana, LLC and Entergy Gulf States Louisiana, LLC will soon be served by a single utility company created through a transaction approved by the Louisiana Public Service Commission.

Boom times: Middle market continues to thrive

In the midst of these boom times, middle market companies have seen some of the greatest success in exploiting new energy resources and capitalizing on global appetite for inexpensive supply.

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