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Tom DeRosa - February 11, 2015

Nuclear: Is It Clean and Green?

Nuclear energy has been, and still is, a vital part of the current U.S. energy picture. It has provided a steady baseload energy source for decades, and this may continue — it is projected...

Lewis Milford - February 02, 2015

Financing Community-Scale Resilient Power Projects by Bundling Loans

A new report by Clean Energy Group proposes bundling loans for resilient power projects, such as solar PV with battery storage, to get this clean energy market to scale. The report...

Ali Nourai - January 28, 2015

Distributed Bulk Storage: Is This the New Shape of the Grid?

Central versus distributed storage has been an ongoing debate. Each has its pros and cons. There are instances where the advantage of one over the other is obvious — such as central...

Salome Saliashvili - January 26, 2015

Renewables Innovation Stored Here — Handle With Care

“If you don't like what is being said, then change the conversation” — the writers of Mad Men could have been contemplating renewable energy PR. If someone argues that realizing deep...

Paul Hockenos - January 20, 2015

2014 Was a Pivotal Year for Germany's Energiewende

What a difference a year makes: Germany's transition to renewable energy showed positive forward momentum, with increasing energy production from renewables, increased exports, decreased...

Maria Blais Costello - January 14, 2015

Alaska Energy Authority and Kodiak Electric Association Developing a 99 Percent Renewable Community

With support from the Alaska Renewable Energy Fund, strong local leadership, and sustained effort, the Kodiak Electric Association (KEA), a cooperative electric utility, has achieved...

Tim Hennessy - January 12, 2015

Calculating the True Cost of Energy Storage

When evaluating whether and what type of storage system they should install, many customers only look at the initial cost of the system — the first cost or cost per kilowatt-hour (kWh)....

Michael Kanellos - January 05, 2015

Six Renewable Energy Trends to Watch in 2015

2014 was a solid twelve months, for the most part, for renewable technologies. Solar firmly solidified its role as a major source of power in the future, LED sales continued to climb...

Maria Blais Costello - December 04, 2014

Preparing the Next Generation for Skilled Jobs in the Clean Energy Sector

The Massachusetts Clean Energy Internship Program, created and managed by the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (MassCEC), is providing valuable support to Massachusetts’ growing clean...

Jennifer Runyon - November 27, 2014

What a Thoughtful Idea! Renewable Energy Gift-giving for the Holidays

It’s that time of year again. Are you prepared for the gift giving season?  In case you need some extra help, we here at (REW) wanted to give you some ideas...

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