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Solar and wind still lead generating capacity additions

Solar and wind still lead generating capacity additions

Future growth could slow if Build Back Better fails to pass.
Clean Energy Groups Technical Assistance Fund: 2021 Year-in-Review

Clean Energy Groups Technical Assistance Fund: 2021 Year-in-Review

At the end of each year Clean Energy Group assesses our largest regrant program, the Resilient Power Technical Assistance Fund. This year-in-review blog overviews projects, successes, lessons learned and goals for the new year.
Feds set to approve nearly 1 GW of solar capacity on public land by year’s end

Feds set to approve nearly 1 GW of solar capacity on public land by year’s end

The BLM approved the Africa and Victory Pass solar projects east of Los Angeles, which combined would generate up to 465 MW of electricity. 
Amid a flood of solar applications, Maine seeks a more targeted approach

Amid a flood of solar applications, Maine seeks a more targeted approach

Two years after opening the gates for small-scale renewable development in Maine, officials now have to figure out how to situate new projects in prime spots on the grid.
Amid a flood of solar applications, Maine seeks a more targeted approach

Amid a flood of solar applications, Maine seeks a more targeted approach

A stakeholder group tasked with helping lawmakers incentivize distributed generation and plan grid upgrades is expected to issue its first of two reports by Jan. 1.
Massachusetts’ new efficiency plan puts a priority on underserved communities

Massachusetts’ new efficiency plan puts a priority on underserved communities

The state’s latest three-year energy efficiency plan would include new provisions to increase outreach and expand program eligibility for lower-income households and residents of color.
COP26 a washout? Don’t lose hope – here’s why

COP26 a washout? Don’t lose hope – here’s why

It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
New Mexico co-op dumps monopoly supplier to offer more solar

New Mexico co-op dumps monopoly supplier to offer more solar

A cooperative in New Mexico is connecting customers to affordable solar energy and reliable Internet service.
Study: Connecticut could conserve land by installing solar above parking lots

Study: Connecticut could conserve land by installing solar above parking lots

A study published in the current issue of Solar Energy shows that Connecticut could generate more than a third of the state’s annual electricity consumption with solar canopies built over large, existing parking lots.
Strategies for reducing the fossil-fuel impact of electric vehicles

Strategies for reducing the fossil-fuel impact of electric vehicles

The impact of electric transportation on pollution and reduced carbon emissions and fossil-fuel consumption is complicated.