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California Fleet Ban Goes Up in Smoke
Although its emission estimates used invalid data, the California Air Resources Board is not giving up on its regulatory agenda.
PG&E Faces Harsh Aftermath Of San Bruno Gas Blast
The public Utilities Commission wants a lot of information about the state of the utility’s transmission pipelines.
Huge N.J.-N.Y. Commuter Link Halted
The move is a response to federal concerns about potential cost overruns that could impact promised project funding.
HNTB, Walsh Win First Leg of New Ohio Span
The design-build contract is for the first of two new spans that together will become Cleveland’s new Innerbelt Bridge.
Matrix Services Launches An Internal Fraud Probe
An investigation will focus on alleged fraud by former employees.
At World Trade Center Site, Tricky Work Underground
Rhode Island Span on Track, Despite a Pair of Setbacks
Booms, Busts Stunt Growth Of Wind Power
New Oil-Spill Reports Signal Major Changes Ahead
DOE Funds Carbon Capture Research
Fast-Tracked Mojave Projects Could Boost California Output
D.C. Utility Boosts Fix After Big Storm
Energy Dept. and Developer To Build Prototype Mini-Reactor
Texas Starts To Funnel $1 Billion In Approved Bonds to Highways
State Dept. Selects HOK To Design Moscow Facility
Dome of the U.S. Capitol Undergoes a $2-million Retouching
Appropriations, FAA Bill on Hill’s Short List
Agencies Submit Sustainability Plans to White House
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