Rebates provide incentives for Delaware citizens and businesses to buy or lease new alternative fuel vehicles. The program also works in alignment with Delaware's commitment to innovation in the transportation sector, reducing greenhouse gases, and improving Delaware's air quality.
Recognizing public health, the environment, and the economy as key components in finding solutions to air pollution, DNREC has made significant progress in adopting effective and publicly-acceptable plans for emissions reductions at the lowest costs to the regulated community.
Renewable energy comes from natural sources, such as sunlight, wind, water, and geothermal heat. Delaware supports the use of renewable energy by homeowners and businesses through grant funding, incentives, and technical guidance.
Professional Licenses are required by law in order to practice in Delaware. This dataset contains information about individuals who have applied for, currently hold or previously held a professional or occupational license issued by the State of Delaware that are in the following industries: Accountancy, Acupuncture, Acupuncture Detoxification, Adult Entertainment Establishments, Aesthetician, Architects, Athletic Trainers, Audiology, Barbering, Boxing, Chemical Dependency Professionals, Chiropractic, Combative Sports, Controlled Substances, Cosmetology, Deadly Weapons Dealers, Dental, Dietitians, Electrician, Funeral Services, Gaming, Genetic Counselor, Geology, Hearing Aid Dispensers, Home Inspectors, Homeowner Permits, HVACR, Land Surveyors, Landscape Architect, Manufactured Home Installation, Marriage and Family Therapy, Massage and Bodywork, Medical Practice, Midwife, Mixed Martial Arts, Nail Technician, Nursing, Nursing Home Administrators, Nutritionist, Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Paramedic, Pharmacy, Physical Therapy, Doctor, Physician, Physician Assistant, River Pilots, Plumbers, Podiatry, Polysomnographer, Mental Health Counselors, Psychology, Real Estate, Real Estate Appraisers, Respiratory Care, Salons, Social Workers, Speech Pathology, Veterinary Medicine
Aside from providing scenic vistas, serving recreational purposes, and fueling Delaware's ecotourism economy, wetlands have many other important functions. They clean and replenish our drinking waters, provide habitat and food for wildlife, absorb floodwaters, and protect our coasts from storm damage and sea level rise.