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GFP Real Estate and Its Tenants Raise More Than $200,000 to Support Ukrainian Refugees

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GFP Real Estate is pleased to announce that its "Support Ukraine in Crisis" campaign raised more than $200,000 to support humanitarian relief efforts on the ground in Ukraine.

BLM EXTENDS PUBLIC SCOPING PERIOD FOR THE COPPER RAYS SOLAR PROJECT ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT STATEMENT...

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Bureau of Land Management has extended the public scoping period for the Copper Rays Solar Project Environmental Impact Statement and Resource Management Plan Amendment after receiving several requests due to concerns about the scoping period overlapping several major holiday periods. 

5 Factors to Consider When Using a Rotavator Machine for the Best Results

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Rotavator machines are invaluable tools for gardeners and landscapers and can help you to save time and energy when breaking up soil and preparing it for planting. However, it would help if you considered certain factors to get the best results from a rotavator. The blog post will discuss the most critical factors when using a rotavator machine for optimal results

Report Confirms Delaware Water Gap National Recreation Area Is Economic Powerhouse for NJ, PA...

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New research commissioned by NPCA makes it clear that the park is generating enormous economic opportunity for local businesses, helping support the unique character of the Delaware River Basin.

Why is mold inspection necessary?

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Mold growing in homes is a common thing, especially in houses where dampness is frequent. Mold needs moisture, Oxygen, and a favorable temperature to grow in abundance, which can easily be found in houses. Mold inspection Los Angeles is a necessary step to prevent growth in the house.

From Erroneous Data to Environmental Justice, Rail Merger Concerns Still Loom Large

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Now that the midterm elections have drawn to a close, the nation is gradually shifting its focus from polls and partisanship back to day-to-day issues that shape the future of our communities at a local level – things like permitting, zoning, city council meetings, regulatory hearings, and more. And while such matters don’t drive flashy national headlines and animate talking heads on CNN or Fox News, they weigh every bit as heavily on the lives of Americans.
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $250 Million To Finance Energy Efficiency Upgrades For American Families And...

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DOE Now Accepting Applications for New Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Program to Help States Fund Loan Programs for Energy

How Strong Does Wind Need to be To Down a Tree in North Carolina?

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Regardless of size or species, there is a crucial wind speed during storms where virtually all tree trunks break. Around 90 mph is the critical wind speed, under which no tree can resist punishment for any sustained period. The tree's diameter, height, and elastic qualities have little bearing on the breaking phenomena of critical wind speed.
U.S. Department of the Treasury

Treasury Seeks Public Input on Additional Clean Energy Tax Provisions of the Inflation Reduction...

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The U.S. Department of the Treasury and the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) today issued three additional notices requesting public input on key climate and clean energy tax incentives in the Inflation
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $84.5 Million to Make Clean Energy Improvements and Lower Energy Costs...

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New Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Grant Program and Prize Competition for Public School Energy Improvements Will Save Schools Money and Enhance Learning Environments

Check Out These Sights and Sounds when You’re in St. Albert

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If you’re checking out St. Albert real estate, you’re looking in the right place. St. Albert is consistently ranked as one of the best places to live in Canada. It has one of the lowest crime rates in the province, strong communities throughout its variety of neighborhoods, and is quite affordable.
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Announces Historic $7 Billion Funding Opportunity to Jump-Start America’s Clean Hydrogen Economy

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DOE Opens Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Funding Opportunity for Regional Clean Hydrogen Hubs and Releases Draft of DOE National Clean Hydrogen Strategy and Roadmap
NACWA

Five Decades of Clean Water Act Achievements; U.S. Water Expert Tells Congress to Protect...

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National Association of Clean Water Agencies Board member testifies on role of public clean water utilities in CWA success stories, including restoration of major US rivers, green
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Solar and Storage Industry: Companies Need to ‘Do the Work’ on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion...

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Nearly half of the 43 companies enrolled in the Solar Energy Industries Associations’ (SEIA) award-winning Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Justice (DEIJ) certification program have changed
GSA

GSA Seeks Information from Industry on Domestic Solar Panel Production

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As part of the Biden-Harris Administration’s efforts to spur Made-in-America clean energy industries, the U.S. General Services Administration (GSA) issued a Request for Information (RFI) to learn more about the availability of domestically manufactured so

Federal Court Throws Out Pipeline Permit for Cadiz Water Project

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A federal court today ruled to scrap an important pipeline permit for the controversial Cadiz water mining project, siding with the Biden administration and tribal communities. The project threatened to drain the Mojave Desert of 16 billion gallons of water annually
SEIA

Extended Property Tax Exclusion Will Keep Clean Energy Investments in California

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The California State Legislature approved a two-year extension of a property tax exclusion for solar projects, providing stability to solar companies facing significant uncertainty around project
3 Eco-Friendly Habits Around the Home

3 Eco-Friendly Habits Around the Home

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These days, many people have begun to turn their attention toward their consumer choices and lifestyle, and are seeking ways to be more conscious of the planet and its precious resources. One of the ways in which people are taking ownership
Is Solar Power a Waste of Money

Is Solar Power a Waste of Money? (Complete Guide)

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Solar power is becoming more popular every day and a lot of homeowners are considering switching to solar power. There are a lot of concerns and questions that will come with looking into solar power.
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Establishes Bipartisan Infrastructure Law’s $335 Million Battery Recycling Programs

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The Biden-Harris Administration, through the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE), today issued a Request for Information (RFI)

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Modern Marketplace Report 2022 Year in Review

New zavvie report reveals a surge in consumer demand for new...

Even while the overall US housing market faced uphill challenges in 2022, more Americans are seeking alternative ways to buy and sell real estate as innovative solutions increase nationwide

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

NH Delegation Welcomes Nearly $1M to Combat Homelessness in Concord, Merrimack...

The New Hampshire delegation welcomed $944,406 to New Hampshire to combat housing insecurity. Specifically, the funding supports projects that reduce unsheltered homelessness, especially in high-risk areas and rural communities. Community Action Program Belknap-Merrimack Counties, Inc.