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Maryland Seizes the Opportunity to Develop Offshore Wind

Val Stori As Maryland’s population grows, so do its energy needs. In fact, PJM Interconnection, the regional transmission organization that coordinates the movement of wholesale electricity, ...

NYSERDA Incubators Hatch Promising Clean Energy Technologies

Warren Leon The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) mission is to “advance innovative energy solutions.” NYSERDA’s Clean Energy Business Incub...

Massachusetts Builds a Clean Energy Cluster

Warren Leon It is not surprising that Massachusetts has a large collection of clean energy companies. After all, the state is home to major research universities with focuses on energy, it has an act...

Get the Facts: Wind Power Is for Everyone

Jacob Susman Wind energy receives overwhelming support from Americans, with approval ratings consistently in the 70-80 percent range. Still, the topic of wind power occasionally is the subject of deba...

States Use CESA to Identify and Share Best Practices

Warren Leon In the late-1990s, several Northeast states and California deregulated their electric utility industry. As part of the deregulation process, state legislatures mandated small charges on r...

Can an Old Utility Learn New Tricks?

John Farrell American electric utilities are creations of the 20th century, depending heavily on their protected monopolies to deliver economical electricity. But the growth in energy efficiency, cost...

State Advisory Council Increases Confidence in Small Wind Turbines

Val Stori The year 2011 was a bad one for manufacturers of small wind turbines. Incidents across the United States raised questions about the quality of these systems. For example, at one site in N...

The Almost There Markets: Just Give ‘Em Some Time

June 17, 2015 Earlier this year, we reported on recent legalization of third party financing in several states. However, PPA authorization does not guarantee that a market will be suitable for third pa... Sara Rafalson - Sol Systems

Dear Hawaii: Read Your Mail Before Your Utility Sells Out

John Farrell June 16, 2015 If your electricity — generated from imported oil — is the most expensive in the country and your solar resource is terrific, you’d expect your electric company to be ma...

Don’t Count On It: First City-Utility Clean Energy Work Plan Short on Specifics

John Farrell June 3, 2015 On Friday, the nation’s first clean energy partnership between a city and its utilities released its first two-year work plan. It holds true to the notion that the city and utilitie...

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Doing Business in Europe – in partnership with GWEC, the Global Win...

There is now 128.8 GW of installed wind energy capacity in the EU (appro...

Doing Business in South Africa – in partnership with GWEC, the Glob...

Wind Energy in South Africa has been expanding dramatically, growing fro...

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U.S. patents for Clean Energy technologies from the first quarter of 201...

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