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Solar Advocates Question Va. Rate Proposal

Posted: 11/02/2011 - Solar power advocates are challenging a residential rate proposal by Dominion Virginia Power that they contend would create disincentives for a renewable energy source that is already lagging in the state.

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Keeping Waterways Green in the Valley

Updated: 11/01/2011 - Leaders met at JMU today to train and advise personnel on maintaining the green projects that they may have in place.

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Va. Energy Conference Begins 3-Day Run Monday

Posted: 10/17/2011 - Gov. Bob McDonnell's second annual conference on energy convenes in Richmond this week, bringing in industry leaders and hundreds of exhibitors.

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Key Step Nears in Va. Quest for Offshore Winds

Posted: 10/05/2011 - A top state energy official says the federal government is preparing to accept expressions of interest from prospective developers of wind power in Virginia's coastal waters.

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Obama Halts Controversial EPA Regulation

Posted: 09/02/2011 - President Barack Obama is directing his administration to withdraw a controversial proposed regulation updating government smog standards.

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Coal Industry Bracing for More Cuts and Waning Demand

Posted: 06/10/2011 - American Electric Power's plan to shutter a string of aging coal-fired electric plants if regulators adopt strict new pollution rules is likely the first in a string of similar decisions that has the coal industry bracing for waning demand.

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WV County and City at Odds on Drilling

Posted: 06/09/2011 - The Monongalia County Commission is warning Morgantown against trying to ban natural gas drilling beyond its municipal borders.

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Permits for WV Quarry Addressed

Posted: 06/08/2011 - The West Virginia Surface Mine Board has addressed several issues raised in an appeal of a permit for a 100-acre shale quarry in Gerrardstown.

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