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Friday, January 17, 2020

Wilmington LED street lighting program to get underway in spring

The City of Wilmington's   stalled SMART City LED street light program has cleared City Council and is headed for a spring start. The new project is expected to be completed in about a year....

Bloom fuel cells to power 40 Stop and Shop stores

Stop & Shop announced  it will power 40 of its stores in Massachusetts and New York with Bloom Energy Servers.  Stop & Shop  is an Ahold Delhaize USA Company and employs nearly 60,000 associates and...

Trending: Bloom pushes fuel-cell microgrids as alternative to prolonged fire-related outages in California.

Bloom Energy announced today a new Quick-Deploy Microgrid Program to help customers prepare for future wildfire seasons with  microgrids for their facilities. This program will enable customers to deploy a resilient microgrid infrastructure prior to...

Tidewater’s Lewes wastewater treatment plant problems surface again

Problems continued at the Lewes wastewater treatment plant this week. Although the plant is currently back online and has resumed normal treatment of effluent, officials asked the public to continue practicing water conservation while corrective...

Delmarva Power plans to file rate hike request this year

Delmarva Power plans to file for a rate increase for natural gas and electric customers. On Dec. 20, the Exelon utility  informed the Delaware  Division of the Public Advocate on their "intent to file an...

Public Service Commission rules in favor of Millsboro businessman in solar charge dispute with...

Delmarva Power is studying a Public Service Commission ruling involving rates charged to a  Millsboro  business using solar power. The Associated Press  reported the December decision came in the case of  Richard Spinks, who owns...

Adelphia gas pipeline gets go-ahead from Feds

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission approved the  Adelphia Gateway natural gas pipeline project that touches the  northeast corner of Delaware.  A divided commission ruled the regulatory body does not have the right to consider the...

Chemours gets Chancery Court stay in DuPont-Chemours dispute

Chemours Co. gained a court stay an increasingly bitter dispute with former parent DuPont Co. over environmental liabilities. Lawyers for DuPont continue to press for the matter to go to arbitration under the terms of...

Report: Delaware one of four Chesapeake Bay states that cut funding and/or staff...

DNREC funding cut  by a third over the past decade By Ad Crable, Bay Journal News Service States in the Chesapeake Bay region cut funding or staff to their main pollution control agency over the last 10...

DNREC extends deadline for comments on state park improvements tied to bringing power...

DNREC’s Division of Parks & Recreation  extended the Fenwick Island State Park Proposed Improvements Survey deadline to Jan. 15, 2020. The extension is to allow further input regarding improvements to the park that are under...