Energy


Solar Debate and Emerging Law

Solar Debate and Emerging Law
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The Arkansas House voted last Thursday to pass the legislation cutting utility credits to solar power-generating customers basically in half.


McLarty, Murphy Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

McLarty, Murphy Honored at Arkansas Business of the Year Awards

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Bruce Murphy, CEO of Arkansas Heart Hospital of Little Rock, won the Business Executive of the Year Award, and Thomas F. "Mack" McLarty was honored for a lifetime of leadership in business and government at the 35th Arkansas Business of the Year Awards. read more >

Economists Now Expect US Recession to Start Later

Economists Now Expect US Recession to Start Later

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Fifty-eight percent of 48 economists who responded to a survey by the National Association for Business Economics envision a recession sometime this year, the same proportion who said so in the NABE's survey in December. read more >

Niebaum Leaves Delta Solar

Niebaum Leaves Delta Solar

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Katie Laning Niebaum has left her post as president of Delta Solar of Little Rock, the solar development company led by Bob East and Douglas Hutchings, in an uncertain time for solar development in Arkansas. read more >

A Co-op Leader Sees Problems Down Line

A Co-op Leader Sees Problems Down Line

High fuel costs, government regulation and shutdowns of fossil-fuel generation plants are strangling the electric cooperatives' ability to supply affordable and dependable power to 1.2 million cooperative members in Arkansas. read more >