Energy


Energy Security Partners Plans Look Forward
Roger Williams, CEO of Energy Security Partners, says his company's plan to build a diesel plant such as the one shown above is moving ahead in Jefferson County.

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by Arkansas Business Staff – 1 day ago

Rising oil prices have lifted hopes for a $3.5 billion plant to turn natural gas into liquid fuel in Jefferson County.


Today's Power Building Array for Ozark Mountain Schools

Today's Power Building Array for Ozark Mountain Schools

In another school solar project coordinated with the Barnabas Team, a Bentonville consultancy, Today's Power Inc. of North Little Rock broke ground June 17 on a solar power project in St. Joe to supply 80% of the electricity needs for the Ozark Mountain School District. read more >

More Focus on Lithium Flowing Under Arkansas

More Focus on Lithium Flowing Under Arkansas

Technology & Telecom

On the cusp of an electric vehicle revolution that could expand the market for lithium fivefold over the next 10 years, CEO Robert Mintak of Standard Lithium Ltd. is right where he wants to be. read more >

Crime and Punishment (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

Crime and Punishment (Gwen Moritz Editor's Note)

OpinionBanking & FinanceLegalTechnology & TelecomEditor's Note

Tracking bitcoin transfers requires high-level expertise in blockchain technology, but knowing that money has been moved from one state-of-the-art safe to another is one thing; getting the money out is another. read more >

Rescue Cash for Every City, County and Town

Rescue Cash for Every City, County and Town

Technology & Telecom

The 14 larger Arkansas cities receiving nearly $209 million in federal pandemic recovery funds aren't looking a gift horse in the mouth — even one that comes with 150 pages of riding instructions. read more >

Fire Dampens Pool Plans

Fire Dampens Pool Plans

Whispers

Chlorine is in short supply, and it's likely going to be more expensive as a result, thanks to Bio-Lab Chemicals, a major pool chemical manufacturing plant in Louisiana, burning down in August. read more >

Schools Go Solar: Sun Lights Path from High School to Jobs

Schools Go Solar: Sun Lights Path from High School to Jobs

Technology & TelecomCover Story

Johnson Controls of Little Rock and Greenbrier schools are on the cusp of a $13 million project to give the district Arkansas' largest public entity-owned solar plant, new energy efficiency systems and “the cherry on top,” a high school pipeline to solar industry jobs. read more >