Energy Efficiency Featured Blogs

Jennifer Runyon - November 22, 2013

Top Five Cool Renewable Energy Projects

Gadgets, libations, installations and even a documentary are proving that renewable energy entrepreneurs are working hard to make our lives better in every way possible. As chief editor...

Rhone Resch - November 08, 2013

Global Climate Talks Need Sense Of Urgency

Next week’s global climate talks in Warsaw, Poland, need to be guided by a new sense of urgency.  After more than 20 years of talking about climate change, it’s time for the nations...

Jake Rozmaryn - November 07, 2013

Massachusetts Sets Itself Apart as Global Clean Energy Hub

Massachusetts, a state filled with top-tier universities, is known for its entrepreneurial vision, history of innovation and spawning scientific advances. The technological gains have...

Jennifer Runyon - November 05, 2013

Renewable Energy World LIVE is One Week Away

Next week, renewable energy stakeholders from all across the world, representing all facets of the industry, will head to Orlando, Florida for one of the best all-inclusive renewable...

Chris Meehan - October 31, 2013

NRDC Launches Solar Schools Crowdfunding Campaign

Over the past few years, the terms 'crowdfunding' or 'kickstarting' have taken off, much like the projects or startup companies that the fundraising campaigns are helping reach fruition....

Dallas Kachan - October 24, 2013

New Optimism for a Cleantech Future

If you've not been paying much attention to cleantech in the last little while, it's time to sit up and take notice — because post-Solyndra, cleantech has been quietly gaining momentum....

John Farrell - October 08, 2013

8 Practical Local Energy Policies to Boost the Economy

The economy has stalled and so has the war on climate change. But a new report from the Institute for Local Self-Reliance shows that dozens of cities are boosting their local economies...

Lee Peterson - October 07, 2013

US Conservative Voices Grow Louder in Support of Renewable Energy

The year 2013 will be remembered as the year that utilities in the United States crossed the Rubicon of renewable energy.  At first glance you might think this is a purely partisan...

Tom Kimbis - October 04, 2013

Solar Decathlon Launches Despite US Government Shutdown

As disappointed as some local fans of the Solar Decathlon may be, it turns out this might have been a good year for the event to move out of Washington, D.C. While budget dispute clouds...

Rhone Resch - October 03, 2013

Expanding Solar Heating, Cooling Would Bolster US Economy

With no end in sight to the federal government shutdown — and worries mounting by the minute about its impact on the U.S. economy — what can the private sector do to help spur job creation...

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