September 15, 2021
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Monthly Archives: September 2021

Illinois Becomes National Leader in Clean Energy

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CHICAGO –Illinois officially became a national leader in the fight for clean energy on Wednesday, as the state’s landmark climate bill was passed. “Our goal from the start was to adopt reliable, renewable and affordable energy policies that create thousands of jobs in a burgeoning green energy economy and put Illinois at the forefront... Read More

Grill contest scheduled for Sunday | New

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Marc Digues People will have the chance to be named Chadron Griddle Master on Sunday, September 19 at the Battle of Blackstone in the Chadron Ace Hardware parking lot. The smell of cooking food is nothing new to the lot, with various food vendors seen regularly. Sunday’s competition will start at 4 p.m. Event... Read More

Engineering his way to the FIFA Futsal World Cup

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The game itself was not enough to make a living. Dusan graduated from college and started working while playing futsal with Đavo, then KMF Liman and KMF Vojvodina. He also obtained his master’s degree and found his vocation as a professor of robotics, mechatronics and mechanical elements in the vocational schools of Novi Sad... Read More

September 11 Had a Major Impact on the Energy Industry – in Wyoming and Beyond | Energy Journal

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Transmission lines extend towards the horizon in May 2017 as they carry electricity from the Laramie River Station coal-fired power plant outside of Wheatland. The terrorist attacks of September 11 have raised concerns about the security of the country’s energy infrastructure. Dossier Alan Rogers, Star-Tribune Energy infrastructure underpins just about everything. An overhead network... Read More

Electricity is now restored for 70% of Entergy customers in Louisiana

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In an update Wednesday morning, Entergy announced that 646,000 customers have been fully recovered. This represents 70 percent of the total 948,000 customers who were without power after Hurricane Ida. Breakdown information from 6.30 a.m. on Wednesday September 8: Entergy Entergy says its plan has focused on restoring service to critical customers first and... Read More
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