From Spotlight Delaware – Could Congress hinder future Middletown pharma campus?

WuXi under the microscope for alleged CCP ties By Jacob Owens Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Click to share on X (Opens in...

From UDaily: UD grad programs rank in the top tier

In the 2025 edition of Best Graduate Schools, U.S. News and World Report ranked the University of Delaware's graduate programs in the top tier. “As we continue...

Bloom Energy California plant gets $75 million in tax credits

Bloom Energy Inc. was recently awarded up to $75 million in tax credits by the Department of Energy, Department of Treasury, and the Internal...

Wohlsen awarded contract for Amtrak’s $53 million overhaul of Wilmington building

Amtrak recently selected Wohlsen Construction Company as the Unified Operations Center (UOC) Facility Project contractor in Wilmington. “One of our primary goals for the Renaissance Centre...

Siemens Energy contracted for study of First State’s green hydrogen production site

First State Hydrogen, Inc., Wilmington, has contracted with Siemens Energy, Inc. to provide an energy system design study to support its development of a...

My take – Dolphins’ (not the sea mammals) will protect the Delaware Memorial Bridge

A January 2023 press release from the Delaware River and Bay Authority did not get a whole lot of attention at the time. The...

2 Kent, Sussex community solar sites near groundbreaking stage sold

Luminance will acquire two solar sites from ECA Solar, a renewable energy developer and producer. The plants, with a combined capacity of more than ...

Chemours, Gore awarded grants in efforts to advance clean hydrogen technology

The Chemours Company reported that the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), under the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, selected two of its applications for grants totaling...

Bloom Energy, petroleum giant Shell to study feasibility of hydrogen technology

Bloom Energy Inc. and Shell Plc. will study decarbonization solutions, using Bloom’s proprietary hydrogen electrolyzer technology. Bloom and Shell will collaborate to develop solid...

Business Roundtable rolls out report calling for political leaders to focus on prosperity and...

The Delaware Business Roundtable released a report on Tuesday calling for a "comprehensive, fact-based framework for Delaware’s political leaders to set a bold course...

Code Differently, Wilmington University form tech partnership

Code Differently and Wilmington University have unveiled a technology partnership. Under their agreement, Code Differently participants can earn up to 18 credits toward undergraduate degrees...

Prelude opens new headquarters

Last month, industry and government dignitaries gathered to mark the opening of Prelude Therapeutics new headquarters and research lab at the Chestnut Run...

Wilmington Lexus sold for second time in 3 months

The Lexus dealership in Wilmington has been sold again. The Presidio Group LLC, a merchant banking firm announced it advised Asbury Automotive Group, Inc....

Delaware DNA Life Science Conference coming in May

National life science industry leaders and the region’s new companies and research institutions will gather on May 9 for the second annual Delaware’s DNA:...

Media Update: CAMP Rehoboth takes note of guilty plea in fraud case; Spotlight Delaware...

CAMP Rehoboth Community Center disclosed that a plea a agreement was reached with the state Attorney General's Office over a financial fraud case involving...

From Spotlight Delaware: Amtrak prepared to spend millions at controversial downtown Wilmington building

By Karl Baker, Senior Reporter This story was produced by Spotlight Delaware, a community-powered, collaborative, nonprofit newsroom covering the First State. Learn more at spotlightdelaware.org Why should ...

From Spotlight Delaware: Bloom plans to move some jobs to Mexico

By Karl Baker, Senior Reporter, Spotlight Delaware Bloom Energy, the fuel cell producer that a decade ago promised to revitalize the state’s manufacturing sector, announced...

Harker on the economic outlook: We are in the final mile of the marathon

by Patrick T. Harker  The following are prepared remarks made by the President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia at the annual Lyons-University of Delaware...

The Mill cuts ribbon on expansion at Market West in downtown Wilmington

The Mill recently marked the completion of a recent expansion of its coworking space at Market West, 221 W Tenth St. in downtown Wilmington. The 38,000-square-foot expansion...

My take: AstraZeneca’s quarter century in Delaware

The announcement that AstraZeneca will spend $300 million on a cancer cell therapy research and development site outside Washington, DC, came with a Wilmington...
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