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Belmont College, Ohio

Image source  The U.S. Department of Commerce’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) awarded Belmont College in St. Clairsville, Ohio, a $5 million grant – one of the largest grants in the school’s history –  to construct a new building for its construction trades program. The new building will provide students with lab and classroom space and […]

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San Juan Solar and Storage

Image source  D.E. Shaw Renewable Investments (DESI) closed on its San Juan Solar and Storage Project located in San Juan County, New Mexico, in July 2023. The project will interconnect to the grid using existing infrastructure from the former San Juan Generating Station. San Juan 1 is the first phase of a larger project that

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Downtown Pineville Revitalization Panel

Downtown Pineville, Kentucky is revitalizing its downtown after several years of feeling the impacts of being one of the Appalachian Regional Commission’s (ARC) economically distressed counties. The town is putting a significant emphasis on the new energy economy and infrastructure, including restaurants, businesses and housing. Downtown Pineville recently rolled out incentives for upkeeping properties, and

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Form Energy, Inc.

American technology company Form Energy, Inc. is starting construction on Form Factory 1,1 the company’s first high-volume manufacturing facility. Located in Weirton, West Virginia, Form Factory 1 will employ at least 750 people when operating at full capacity. Construction of the factory is expected to start later this year. Production is anticipated to begin in

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TerraPower Nuclear Plant, Wyoming

TerraPower announced plans to build its Natrium reactor1 near a retiring coal plant in Kemmerer, Wyoming, which currently generates almost 90% of its electricity generation from fossil fuels. A total of $2 billion in Bipartisan Infrastructure Law funding and annual appropriations through the U.S. Department of Energy has been committed to support the licensing, construction

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