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In-House Counsel Profile: Wacker Chemical Corp.’s Brian Eftink – The National Law Journal (registration)


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In-House Counsel Profile: Wacker Chemical Corp.’s Brian Eftink
The National Law Journal (registration)
The company is building a $2.4 billion, 560-acre plant to manufacture “hyperpure” polysilicon in Charleston, Tennessee, 30 miles from Chattanooga. The product, the key component in solar panels, also is used in electronics and semiconductor

Tennessee’s Fracking Controversy – The Beacon (blog)

Tennessee’s Fracking Controversy
The Beacon (blog)
That opposition is both perverse and disingenuous of people demanding action against climate change, not by shifting from coal to natural gas, but instead by relying more heavily on solar and wind power to meet the nation’s energy needs. “Perfect

Chattanooga Fiber Network Triple Play: Smart Grid, Gigabit, Green Energy – Techzone360

Chattanooga Fiber Network Triple Play: Smart Grid, Gigabit, Green Energy
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However, Chattanooga’s smart grid is also future proof and ready to go to manage and maximize renewable energy and energy storage solutions. EPB is building a 1 megawatt solar project with the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) to add power to the grid …

Juvenile curfew posted on Cleveland greenway – Chattanooga Times Free Press


Chattanooga Times Free Press
Juvenile curfew posted on Cleveland greenway
Chattanooga Times Free Press
Carroll gave council members a briefing on a 10-camera, portable system that costs $62,345. The devices, manufactured by Q-Star, are solar-powered and can transmit data to smartphones and other hand-held technology in real time. “I was expecting more …

Conditions on Pluto: Incredibly hazy with flowing ice – WRCBtv.com … – WRCB-TV


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Conditions on Pluto: Incredibly hazy with flowing ice – WRCBtv.com
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The team responsible for the New Horizons flyby of Pluto last week released new pictures Friday of the previously unexplored world on the edge of the solar system. “If you’re seeing a cardiologist, you may want to leave the room,” principal scientist

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