Washington Gas Energy Systems Celebrates Completion of Solar Projects Totaling More Than 15 Megawatts in Georgia
Washington Gas Energy Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of WGL today announced the completion of 20 solar projects, totaling more than 15 megawatts, that will produce renewable energy for Georgia Power.
Washington Gas Energy Systems to Evaluate Battery Storage System for Solar Energy in Cedartown, Georgia
WGL Holdings, Inc. , through its subsidiary, Washington Gas Energy Systems , announced an agreement with Southern Company and the Electric Power Research Institute to test and evaluate a battery storage system at a 1-megawatt solar array in Cedartown, Ga.
Final 2014 medium schools national high school football rankings
Booker T. Washington (Miami, FL) - 1st Rd. Playoff Highlights 605 views1:17 Photo by Stuart Browning Mark Walton, WashingtonWashington (Miami) may not have won a national championship, as it did in 2013, but the Tornadoes are the MaxPreps Medium Schools national champions for the second year in a row. Washington won the Florida Class 4A state championship over Bolles (Jacksonville) and then ...
Jimmy Lake has Washington secondary headed in right direction
In his second go-round as Huskies position coach, Jimmy Lake?s young Huskies have overcome injuries and the loss of Marcus Peters to become much improved heading into Friday?s TicketCity Cactus Bowl against Oklahoma State.
Area programs place 48 on Ga. Sportswriters All-State teams
All-Classification Player of the Year: AJ Gray, Washington County, Sr. Offensive Player of the Year: Sihiem King, Colquitt County, Sr. Defensive Player of the Year: Julian Rochester, McEachern, Jr.
Apply for the 2015 Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference
The Al Neuharth Free Spirit and Journalism Conference is now accepting applications for summer 2015! The all-expenses-paid, five-day conference in Washington, D.C., is open to high school juniors with a passion for journalism who embody the qualities of a ?free spirit.?
Sen. Saxby Chambliss ? Boehner friend and critic of CIA report ? retiring after 20 years
© Provided by Washington Post Retiring this month after two decades on Capitol Hill, Sen. Saxby Chambliss (R-Ga.) would much rather talk about golfing with President Obama, his close friendship with House Speaker John A. Boehner (R-Ohio) or for leaving Washington exactly as he promised.
Audia International building plastics plant in Ga.
Lower electric rates and increased customer demand in the Southeast drew Washington County-based Audia International to Georgia for its latest manufacturing project, its director of corporate development said this week.
Augusta airport to resume nonstop flights to Washington, DC
AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) ? Augusta airport authorities say nonstop flights to the Washington D.C. area will resume in March, six months after American Airlines Group ended its nonstop flight from Augusta to Reagan National Airport. Augusta Regional Airport spokeswoman Diane Johnston said the nonstop service will be seasonal, and run from March 29 to June 3. US Airways had operated a daily direct flight ...
Germantown Academy Aquatic Club Accepts Coaching Resignations
FORT WASHINGTON - For the second year in a row, Germantown Academy has sustained a major coaching change as three high-profile coaches have now left the coaching staff. Earlier this month, The post Germantown Academy Aquatic Club Accepts Coaching Resignations appeared first on Swimming World News .