Monthly Archives: March 2012

Is a New Battery to Revolutionize – Everything Electrical?

Venturebeat recently headlined news that Envia, a battery development company in Newark, California had developed and was testing a lithium ion battery with a capacity of 400 watt-hours/kilogram.  This is far in excess of the current record for such batteries, … Continue reading

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Future Wind Farm Development Gets Boost From IRS Ruling

The IRS released a private letter ruling (PLR 201208035) on February 27 permitting a partnership’s disregarded entity to claim an investment tax credit for an electricity storage device.

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Will $5 Gas Drive Clean Tech?

Lately, it’s been hard to miss the news reports or to see first-hand the significant spike in gasoline prices over the past few weeks.  Fueled by Iranian Straits of Hormuz threats and the greatly increased tensions in the Middle East … Continue reading

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Americans Accepting Global Warming … And It’s Personal

In the Fall 2011 National Survey of American Public Opinion on Climate Change, polling data gathered by the University of Michigan and Muhlenberg College (Pennsylvania) indicate that, when asked whether there is “solid evidence that the average temperature on Earth … Continue reading

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Free Pepper Hamilton Webinar: Marcellus Shale Update – A Changing Legal Landscape in Pennsylvania

The legal landscape for the burgeoning Marcellus Shale industry in Pennsylvania is rapidly changing. This Pepper Hamilton webinar will provide an overview of recent legislation regarding Marcellus Shale development in Pennsylvania and the Pennsylvania Superior Court’s decision regarding the Dunham … Continue reading

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