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John Farrell - February 27, 2015

Are Utilities or States the Leaders in Renewable Energy and Efficiency?

A June 2014 study by Ceres highlighted the top electric utilities for renewable energy and efficiency. In an article discussing the findings, Utility Dive suggested that there are “wide...

Tom DeRosa - February 26, 2015

The Keystone XL Pipeline: Nobody Won

Left, Right, Left, Right... It's been a long battle. More than five years of bickering by both sides. A Republican-led Congress took office almost two months ago, and they, along with...

Rhone Resch - February 23, 2015

West Virginia Legislation Poses Serious Threat to Rooftop Solar

Is it politics at play? Or is it simply a case of sloppy drafting? Whichever the case, West Virginia Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin has a tough choice to make in the next few days. Legislation...

Lewis Milford - February 17, 2015

A Call for Multi-State Collaboration on US Offshore Wind

The disappointing news that the Cape Wind project might never be built highlights a stark conclusion: U.S. offshore wind policy isn’t working. After nearly fifteen years of planning,...

Maria Blais Costello - February 12, 2015

Financing Residential Solar PV: What's the Best Choice?

The number of residential solar PV installations has increased rapidly in recent years, due in part to the emergence of financial products that give homeowners the ability to spread...

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...

Rhone Resch - February 10, 2015

Utility-Scale Projects Helping to Power Solar Growth

In a new report, the Department of Energy (DOE) has highlighted the success of the Loan Programs Office’s solar projects, saying that since it financed its first five utility-scale...

Terri Engels - February 05, 2015

Five Landmark Renewable Energy Projects from Around the World

Several enormous renewable energy infrastructure projects — the kind that kick-start revolutions — have been completed over the last few years.  They may have their difficulties, and...

Jonathan Doochin - February 02, 2015

Getting Homeowners to the Yes: 8 Expert Tips To Speed Up the Solar Sales Process

It’s safe to say that solar doesn’t have a public image problem. Polls show that an overwhelming percentage of Americans support solar power. The New York Times recently reported that...

Emily Hois - January 30, 2015

Solar Partnership Generates Cash, Credibility for Community Groups

Community groups and businesses that value environmental stewardship are building their reputation and earning cash through a unique partner program. Clean Energy Collective (CEC),...

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