Sussex County Council approved a conditional use for Delaware Electric Cooperative to build a solar farm on 40 acres near Georgetown, Del.
In just two years, Michael Panco and his partner, Brandon Caprarola, have created a successful green-energy business that has installed eight green systems and now offers services in Delaware, Marylan
In the age of seemingly unending financial uncertainty, the hits just keep on coming.
Every day, thousands of people zoom up and down Route 1 in Dover, Del., many not knowing that a massive 10-megawatt field of solar panels is nearby, helping reduce the city’s dependency on fossil fuel
Long, hot summers full of high temperatures – such as the summer of 2011 – can mean equally high energy bills that might leave customers steaming, especially in these tough economic times.
After Phil Barton saw how much money he saved on an electric bill, he said he’s going to Vegas: “Our electric bill drop has been phenomenal.”
How many football fields does it take to power a light bulb? How about 27,000 light bulbs?
From certificates of proficiency to master’s degrees in science, students across Delmarva are plugging into a new field of technology – renewable energy.
It’s easy to go green when somebody else is buying!
A major undertaking in sustainability is happening in Sussex County, thanks to federal grants and forward-thinking attitudes at Delaware Technical and Community College.
Big change is coming to Delaware via House Bill 234, which began its implementation process in November 2010.
Ocean City, Md., holds a pivotal position as a city among ecosystems.
Delmarva Power Urges Customers to Support Good Neighbor Fund this Winter Heating Season
Fall 2010 issue — When Greg Menoche of Dagsboro installed his own wind turbine a few years back, it was fairly simple.
Fall 2010 issue — Stay close to home, or take the train – Thanksgiving is traditionally a time when airports and highways are jam-packed with travelers trying to make it to Grandma’s house.
Fall 2010 issue — Ever open a freshly finished dry-cleaned package and get embraced by a toxic smell, then thought, “Wow. That can’t be good!”?
Fall 2010 issue — Salisbury University covers 155 acres and contains 56 buildings, which is a total of 1,641,277 gross square feet of building space.
Dover, DE – Delaware Technical & Community College has been awarded $3,497,800 in funding by the Economic Development Administration (EDA) to build energy education facilities at the College’s Stanton
Summer 2010 issue--The community of Forest Reach, along with its solar installation company, Flexera, a Harbeson, Del., based solar and wind company, recently reached an agreement with Delmarva Power
Summer 2010 issue--Carbon, warming and waste – oh, my!
Summer 2010 issue--Rehoboth Beach businesses have joined forces to showcase their green intentions.
Summer 2010 issue--Talk about timing.
Posted 6/22/10--Culminating years of planning and study, the University of Delaware and Gamesa Technology Corporation held a ceremony Friday, June 11, to commission a 2-megawatt wind turbine at UD's H
The energy needs of the entire human population could potentially be met by converting wind energy to electricity.
Bluewater Wind has been relatively quiet since the announcement last fall that the company had been acquired by NRG Energy, but that doesn’t mean lots hasn’t been happening behind the scenes.
As the word “green” gains in popularity and usage as a synonym for “environmentally friendly,” it might be easy to lose sight of exactly which environment is being referenced.
Two new homes nestled back in Ocean Way Estates, built by custom builder E.S.B. Inc., are turning the heads of passers-by.