Barry Needleman presented his thoughts as part of the wind power track at Renewable Energy World Conference North America. He suggests that energy project developers consider approaching siting as if they were going to trial.
Sustainable Williamson strives to show the development of a diversified renewable energy economy going on in Williamson, WV, and use it as a testament or example to inspire other communities throughout central Appalachia, coal country and the nation.
At the 2013 EWEA Annual Event, key wind industry speakers describe the difficulties facing wind energy currently, and how the market will move forward in the coming years.
In mid-December, Jennifer Runyon spoke with General Wesley Clark, U.S. Army Retired, during the Renewable Energy World Conference and Expo. Clark explained why he and the U.S. military support renewable energy so emphatically.
Learn about the winner and runnerup of our Wind Project of the Year Award Spring Valley Wind Project and Settlers Trail Wind Farm from the 2012 PGI-REWNA Project of the Year Awards.
Hear what the experts are saying about the solar industry in 2012 and beyond. What will happen in this uncertain market? CEO’s weigh in. This is the official opening session of Solar Power International 2012. It's long but worth watching.
The media recently has cast a negative light on clean energy jobs. Stephen Lacey and Andrew Satter of Climate Progress traveled to Massachusetts to prove the naysayers wrong and show what clean energy really does in the U.S.
The Middelgrunden offshore wind farm provides four percent of Denmark’s energy. When it was built it was the biggest in the world. Now other European countries are looking to Denmark’s example to invest in clean, renewable energy.
Leading wind energy experts at EWEA call on EU energy ministers to commit to a binding 2030 renewable energy target as the best way to tackle climate change and ensure the continued expansion of the European wind industry.
Donnie Fowler, Lori Weigel and Dave Metz discuss the ongoing election season, the state of politics and how renewable energy could figure prominently in the months ahead.