Chambers’ 5E Focus On Innovative Entrepreneurs Leads To Record Year For Investment –

News Release INDIANAPOLIS — Gov. Eric J. Holcomb and Secretary of Commerce Brad Chambers announced the conclusion of a record-setting year for entrepreneurship in Indiana, fostering innovation and fueling small business and startup growth statewide. Sec. Brad Chambers “Indiana’s business-friendly climate paired with our strong Hoosier work ethic make ourContinue Reading

The Carbon to Value Initiative announces Year 3 of the Initiative's Carbontech Accelerator Program

The accelerator program, focused on promoting startup-corporate collaboration, is seeking applications from innovative startups with carbontech solutions SOMERVILLE, Mass, HOUSTON and NEW YORK CITY, Jan. 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — The Carbon to Value Initiative (C2V Initiative) and its Carbontech Leadership Council (CLC), enthusiastically announce the third year of the C2V Initiative’s world-class carbontechContinue Reading

This is Duke's Cayuga Generating Station along the Wabash river, as seen from the air, Thursday, Sept. 7, 2017.  This is a coal ash pit.

Every year when the list of new bills for the Indiana legislative session posts, Hoosiers may feel dizzy with deja vu. Various bills — ones that would protect the environment and Hoosiers from pollution, develop solutions to a changing climate or ensure consumers’ utility bills stay affordable — keep poppingContinue Reading

Representatives partake in the first legislative session of the year Monday, Jan. 9, 2023, at the Indiana Statehouse in Indianapolis. This session, nearly 60 bills pertaining to the environment will pass through these halls as committees decide to move them along or stop them in their tracks.

More than 50 bills related to the environment have been filed at the Indiana General Assembly — a swell during a budgeting year when lawmakers are also tackling major issues including inflation and the economy, marijuana and education issues. Some of the bills could mean big steps forward on studyingContinue Reading

Plan for the Ban: New Year, New Canadian Plastics Regulation Update

Plan for the Ban: New Year, New Canadian Plastics Regulation Update January 18, 2023 Environmental Law Bulletin 10 minute read Overview In an effort to achieve zero plastic waste by 2030, the Canadian federal government, along with a number of provincial, territorial and municipal governments have introduced regulations and newContinue Reading

Annual partner awards, honoring excellence in delivering the next generation of process manufacturing improvements, announced at Seeq Global Partner Symposium in Las Vegas LAS VEGAS , Jan. 18, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Seeq Corporation , a leader in manufacturing and industrial internet of things advanced analytics software, announced its 2022 ResellerContinue Reading