Johns Hopkins University plans to power its campuses with more than 250,000 megawatt hours of solar energy annually, a move the school says is one of the largest pledges to reduce greenhouse gas reductions in higher education.
Under the 15-year deal, Baltimore-based Constellation will buy energy and renewable energy certificates from a 175 megawatt solar plant being developed in Virginia and then sell them to Hopkins. The deal begins in 2021.
Financial terms of the agreement were not disclosed.…
Brewers Hill — long known as the place where National Bohemian beer was produced — will gain a new, homegrown brewery this week.
Mobtown Brewing Co. will hold its grand opening Friday, head brewer Dave Carpenter said. The craft brewery is taking over the former Westinghouse Electric Corp. factory building at 4015 Foster Ave.
The 6,000-square-foot space will house a production facility and taproom. Carpenter, who completed a master brewer’s program at the University of California, Davis, said…
CareFirst BlueCross BlueShield has raised the minimum wage for all its employees to $15 per hour, a move that comes ahead of new requirements set to roll out statewide.
Maryland’s minimum wage will incrementally increase to $15 over the next seven years, following a piece of legislation passed by the Maryland General Assembly this year. Gov. Larry Hogan initially vetoed the passed legislation, but state Democrats quickly voted to override his decision. The state’s minimum wage is currently set…
KeyW Holding Corp. has agreed to a deal to be bought out for $815 million by Jacobs Engineering Group Inc.
Jacobs will pay $11.25 per share in cash for the the Hanover cyber security firm. The offer represents a 43 percent premium to KeyW’s closing stock price of $7.86 per share on April 18. The transaction is expected to close by Aug. 31.
KeyW (NASDAQ: KEYW) shares were up 43 percent in trading Monday morning on news of the deal to $11.21.
Dallas-based Jacobs (NYSE: JEG) will also acquire KeyW’s…
Sandaway, a Delaware beachfront property built in 1939 by Alexis Felix DuPont, is on the market for $11.5 million.
The nearly 10,000-square-foot home, at 1 and 3 Cullen Street in Dewey Beach, has 12 bedrooms and 11 full baths.
According to Wikipedia, Alexis Felix DuPont Sr. was a prominent member of the DuPont family. He was a vice president and director of E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co. and a philanthropist who helped found St. Andrew’s School in Middletown, Del. Born in 1879, he died in…