by Diane Cardwell Nov. 20, 2014 NRG, which built a leading electricity business from coal and other conventional power plants, is aiming to reduce its carbon emissions 50 percent by 2030 and 90 percent by 2050, the company said on Thursday. David Crane, the company’s chief executive, made the announcement at a ceremony breaking ground
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By Steve Hendrix Friday, September 24, 2010; 5:43 PM The trickiest navigating at the Dickerson Whitewater Course for kayakers isn't the wicked drop at the top or the killer hydraulic at the bottom or any of the boiling rapids in between. It's the drive to the parking lot. Read the full Washington Post article here.
The 2011 Canoe Slalom World Championships just ended in Bratislava, Slovakia. After two days of cancelled runs and waiting because of high winds, BCE athlete Caroline Queen of Darnstown, MD, placed 37th in women’s kayak, securing a slot for the USA next year’s Olympics. Ashley Nee of Germantown, MD, placed 47th. While neither athlete moved
BCE Athlete Caroline Queen along with Casey Eichfeld and Brett Heyl all qualified for the Semifinals at the London 2012 Olympic Test Event. Potomac Whitewater Racing Center athlete Ashley Nee also had an excellent performance prior to the Semifinals.