By Silvio Marcacci on September 11, 2012
A daily roundup of the most important energy, environment, and climate news from around the world.
Category: News | Tags: africa, arctic, awea, biofuel, BP, cafe, california, carbon trading, chevy volt, China, climate, Climate Change, deepwater horizon, Electric Vehicle, emissions, ethanol, ev, Exelon, Extreme weather, fracking, France, Fuel Economy, GM, green jobs, grid, Gulf of Mexico, Hydropower, jay inslee, Morocco, natural gas, offshore drilling, offshore wind, oil, oil spill, oregon, pennsylvania, production tax credit, ptc, Renewable fuel standard, renewables, RFS, Shale gas, Shell, smart grid, smart meter, solar, Subsidies, texas, transit, transmission, Transportation, uk, united kingdom, usda, wind, Wisconsin | 0
By Zachary Shahan on June 16, 2010
High speed rail is steadily moving forward in the US and projects around the nation recently received an infusion of another $80 million.
Category: Infrastructure, Policy & Economy, Transportation & Logistics | Tags: American Public Transportation Association, APTA, california, Congress, DOT, Florida, high speed rail, HSR, Infrastructure, Karen Rae, New Mexico, new york, obama, transit, transport, Transportation, US Department of Transportation, US Federal Railroad Administration, Wisconsin | 1