Energy

Business News: GE Renewable Energy completes its 2018 hiring target of 100 new employees in Cherbourg

In June 2018, GE Renewable Energy announced its plan to recruit 100 employees for its LM Wind Power wind turbine blade manufacturing site in Cherbourg, France, and today the company announced the completion of this target. The site is ready for the expected start of production in January 2019, beginning with the blade prototyping phase. … Continue reading Business News: GE Renewable Energy completes its 2018 hiring target of 100 new employees in Cherbourg

Consumer Tip: Ameren Illinois offers customers tips for saving energy and reducing monthly heating costs

COLLINSVILLE, IL – With cooler temperatures in the forecast, now is the time for consumers to take a look at their energy habits and identify areas where they could potentially save. Ameren Illinois reminds its customers of the following tips: Periodically replace the air filters for heating systems, clean air vents regularly and make sure … Continue reading Consumer Tip: Ameren Illinois offers customers tips for saving energy and reducing monthly heating costs

United States | U.S. Delegation to the G-7 Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial in Halifax

United States | The Group of Seven (G-7) Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial will take place in Halifax, Nova Scotia, September 19–21, 2018. The State Department delegation, led by Acting Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for Oceans and Fisheries William Gibbons-Fly, will include senior officers from the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific … Continue reading United States | U.S. Delegation to the G-7 Environment, Energy, and Oceans Ministerial in Halifax

NEW YORK | 2009 US Open champ del Potro, heat stop Isner in quarters

NEW YORK — John Isner doubled over and rested his elbows on his knees. He grimaced. He shook his head. He looked as if he wanted to be anywhere but where he was: falling further and further behind against Juan Martin del Potro in muggy, energy-robbing heat at the U.S. Open. Isner’s bid to become … Continue reading NEW YORK | 2009 US Open champ del Potro, heat stop Isner in quarters

JAKARTA, Indonesia | Asian Games close: Indonesia shows it’s the ‘Energy of Asia’

JAKARTA, Indonesia — Indonesia billed itself the “Energy of Asia” during the Asian Games, which closed Sunday in a ceremony emphasizing the country’s diversity and the ties linking the 11,000 athletes who competed for 45 nations. The opening ceremony two weeks ago was highly choreographed, but the athletes starred in most of the closing pomp … Continue reading JAKARTA, Indonesia | Asian Games close: Indonesia shows it’s the ‘Energy of Asia’

WASHINGTON | US says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative

WASHINGTON— The Trump administration says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative for the U.S. The Department of Energy announced the policy shift in a memo made public this month. The memo comes in support of an administration proposal to freeze car mileage standards. The statement takes note of a shale oil boom that … Continue reading WASHINGTON | US says conserving oil is no longer an economic imperative