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Saturday, February 27, 2021
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Acorn Energy company deploys electric substation monitoring equipment

GridSense, an Acorn Energy company, announced that two major utilities will use LineIQ overhead line monitoring to reduce chances of outages. GridSense is based in Sacramento, Calif. Acorn is headquarted in Montchanin, a community near...
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DuPont files patent suit against solar rival

DuPont  has filed  a lawsuit against Heraeus Materials Technology, LLC and its customer SolarWorld Industries America, Inc. in federal court in the state of Oregon.  DuPont claims the companies violated  a  patent related to...
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Bloom gets board okay for boxes: WDEL

The Delaware Coastal Zone Board has voted 5 to 1 with two abstentions, allowing Bloom Energy's permit to build 235 Bloom Boxes in northern New Castle County. The fuel cells are fueled by natural gas...
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Opinion: Delmarva customers to pay more – Caesar Rodney Institute

Say you’re a Delmarva Power customer-chances are, you are-and you’re annoyed energy costs are going up-which they are-then you will be pleased to know you are going to be paying a tad bit extra...
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UD STAR campus vision outlined: UDaily

A crowd of more than 100 gathered Tuesday afternoon, May 29, in Sharp Lab for the first Science, Technology and Advanced Research (STAR) Campus town hall meeting. The forum highlighted not only the milestones since...
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Delaware Bayshore links conservation, economic growth: DFM News

Top state and federal officials gathered on this southern Delaware beach Tuesday to launch the Delaware Bayshore Initiative, a wide-ranging program that seeks to strengthen the link between conservation and economic growth by preserving...
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Siemens may one day battle Fisker, Tesla with electric car

Siemens, the German industrial giant, with a large medical technology operation near Newark, Del., is partnering  on an electric-only vehicle that would employ technology from the company. Such a vehicle would compete against the Fisker...
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UDon't Need It? offered again by city, university

  The University of Delaware and the City of Newark are offering the “UDon’t Need It?” student move-out program for the sixth straight year.  Items can be taken to the former Curtis mill site on...
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Apple’s data center in N.C. gets OK for use of Boom fuel cells

  North Carolina utility regulators approved a plan that will use Bloom fuel cells or energy servers to power the company's massive data center. Bloom plans to build a manufacturing site for its fuel cells in...
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DuPont expands production of key solar panel material

DuPont marked the completion of a $295 million capacity expansion that has more than doubled production capacity for Tedlar polyvinyl fluoride (PVF) film used in solar panels. Tedlar films serve as the key  component of...