Coke company is developing coal-fired power plant in Wyoming

Progress Energy, the company behind the largest coal-burning power plant on the West Coast, has received a $5.8 million grant from the U.S. Department of Energy to help it build a coal-powered plant in a remote area of Wyoming.

The project is part of a larger initiative to boost U.M.S., a leading U.N. aid agency, to develop renewable energy.

The U.K.-based firm has received support from the DOE since the early 2000s, when it was formed as an aid agency to promote renewable energy projects.

In 2015, Progress Energy received $3.9 million in aid to build its $200 million Eureka power plant, which generates energy from steam and steam condensate and uses electricity from renewable sources.

The company has also been awarded funding to build a $500 million plant in the Umatilla Basin in Nevada.

As the company continues to invest in its coal-based power plants, progress has been made in harnessing renewable energy to power homes, businesses and other buildings.

In 2014, Progress began building a 500-megawatt solar thermal plant in South Dakota.

In 2018, Progress also partnered with the Department of Defense to build an 830-megawatts (MW) solar plant in southern California, and in 2020, the utility announced it had signed a $2.9 billion contract with an investor group to build and operate a 200-megavolt solar plant at its power plant near San Diego.

Blue Ridge Energy Drink: India to ban ‘banned’ energy drinks after court ruling

India has become the latest country to ban energy drinks amid court rulings against them in a bid to reduce carbon emissions.

The Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that the energy drinks “are harmful to the environment and cannot be sold in India”.

The Supreme Court of India said it was “firmly opposed” to the energy drink, called Bio-X.

“The Court has found that the Energy Drink, Bio-Y, is a ‘bannable’ activity,” the court said in a separate order.

“It is not a ‘treatable’ action and thus cannot be treated,” it added.

The Supreme court also ordered that the company behind the Bio- X drink “take immediate and effective steps to rectify” the harm it was causing to the public.

The court also directed the company to provide the court with a list of the products it has sold in the country.

The energy drinks, which include such brands as Blue Ridge, Powerbar and PowerBar Classic, were banned in India last year following an outcry from health experts and consumers. 

The Supreme Commission for Consumer Affairs had ruled that they were “bad for health” and “harmful to the health and environment”.

The court’s order, however, did not specifically mention the energy-drink, but said it would consider banning it.

“As a matter of public interest, the Government of India has decided to ban the sale and use of energy drinks in the state of Madhya Pradesh,” the order said.

The move came in the wake of a petition filed by a group of farmers and traders against the energy beverages.

The petition was filed in the Madhya Parliament against the sale of the energy products, which are sold under the name Bio- Y.

In the petition, the farmers said the products were toxic to the atmosphere and could cause pollution.

The Energy Drink is made of purified water, sugar, minerals and amino acids, and has a nutritional profile similar to energy bars, the petition said.

“Banned energy drinks are harmful to health and are a dangerous, harmful and dangerous product that should be banned from sale and sale by importation,” the petition added.