Wind Power
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Opposition in Rural Areas May Thwart Wind Power’s Future in US

Gradually, importance attached to wind power as an environmentally friendly, economically viable, and community-friendly source of energy is coming off in America and for some justifiable reasons. Firstly, the rural residents living in America have started voicing against the encroachment of wind energy projects in local ballots. Robert Bryce from the Manhattan Institute has reported […]

Nuclear Waste Partnership
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New Mexico’s Nuclear Waste Partnership to Welcome Its New President

Nuclear Waste Partnership LLC, the AECOM-led operating contractor for the United States Department of Energy (DOE) at the Waste Isolation Pilot Plant (WIPP), announced on June 12, 2017 that it has at its helm a new president and project manager—Bruce Covert. He replaces Phil Breidenbach. The contractor organization is at the forefront of managing the […]