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FEMA

Million-Dollar Allocations from FEMA Will Boost Rebuilding of Baseball Parks Across the Island

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The players of the Children’s and Youth Baseball League of the Municipality of Las Piedras will soon be running the bases on a renovated playing field thanks to a million-dollar allocation from
SEIA

Solar and Storage Industry Responds to Treasury Dept. Guidance on Domestic Content Provisions in...

National
The U.S. Department of the Treasury released new guidance that will govern the implementation of the domestic content bonus

The Botanical Wallpaper Revolution: Reimagine Your Space with Nature’s Charm

National
With the increasing focus on nature and sustainability in interior design, one trend has been consistently capturing hearts – Botanical Wallpaper. This versatile design element adds a fresh, vivacious touch to any living space. Whether it’s a detailed Botanical Wall Mural, a rich Dark Botanical Wallpaper
Congresswoman Alma Adams

Reps. Panetta, Adams Introduce Legislation to Expand Opportunities for Organic Producers

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Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) and United States Representative Jimmy Panetta (CA-19) introduced the Opportunities in Organic Act to strengthen the organic
EPA

EPA Takes Action to Protect Sandberg Creek and Fines Newburg Egg Processing Corp. for...

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has settled an administrative case against Newburg Egg Processing Corp. for allegedly failing to meet standards in the wastewater it treats and
15 Major Benefits of Going Green and Switching to Solar Energy

15 Major Benefits of Going Green and Switching to Solar Energy

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Are you ready to discover the incredible benefits of going green and switching to solar energy? Making this eco-friendly choice not only helps our planet but also brings amazing advantages for you
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Announces $50 Million To Boost Clean Energy Solutions and Cut Costs for...

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DOE Removes Cost-Share Requirements and Streamlines Application Process to Ensure Rural and Remote Communities
DOE

Biden-Harris Administration Announces New Investments to Support and Accelerate Community Solar Across America

National
Over $8 Billion Available Through Prizes, Private Capital, and a Conditional Loan Commitment Will Expand Access to Cheaper

Solar Panel Tax Credit

National
First introduced in 2006, the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) has been a significant force in driving solar energy adoption in the United States. This federal tax incentive was designed to help make solar power more accessible and cost-effective for both homeowners and businesses alike.

Houston Mayoral Candidate Derrick Broze Announces Regenerate Houston Plan

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Houston Mayoral Candidate Derrick Broze has released a new video detailing his environmental plan, Regenerate Houston. The Regenerate Houston plan focuses on increasing local food production with community gardens, food forests, and urban farms.

Should I Replace My Roof Before Installing Solar Panels?

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Energy-saving consciousness has led to a transition towards solar energy, making people upgrade to solar power as a way to save energy costs over the decades. Homeowners have begun installing solar panels over their homes to offer them an alternate energy source.
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Eco-Friendly Improvements That Will Boost Your Home’s Value

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If you are thinking of selling your home soon, you should learn about some eco-friendly improvements that will boost your home’s value!
EIA

EIA lowers U.S. natural gas price forecast after a warmer-than-average start to 2023

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The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) expects natural gas prices at the Henry Hub to average around $3.40 per million British thermal units in 2023, 47% lower than in 2022. According
ASE

Alliance Commends EPA For Championing Equity With Greenhouse Gas Reduction Fund Program

National
The Alliance to Save Energy released the following statement from President Paula Glover in response to the guidance from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) on the Greenhouse Gas

BLM TO HOST PUBLIC MEETING IN BILLINGS FOR INPUT ON POTENTIAL UPDATES TO SOLAR...

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As part of its ongoing effort to support responsible renewable energy development on public lands, the Bureau of Land Management is holding a public scoping meeting in Billings to solicit feedback on the recently announced programmatic environmental impact statement for the BLM’s utility-scale solar energy planning.

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

National
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...

National
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?

National
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

National
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.

Business Real Estate Press Releases

Support Ukrainian Refugees

GFP Real Estate and Its Tenants Raise More Than $200,000 to...

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.

Recent Gov & Nonprofit Real Estate Press Releases

Support Ukrainian Refugees

GFP Real Estate and Its Tenants Raise More Than $200,000 to...

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.