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Americans support climate change policies, especially those that give them incentives and clean up the energy supply
Incentives like rebates for insulation or allowing homeowners to sell energy from solar panels were more popular than taxing for excess energy use.
Geothermal energy not only has a renewed exploration roadmap to follow, but a revived political landscape as well.
Europe - a continent rich in technology and ambitious net-zero goals - needs to scale back its reliance on fossil fuels at the earliest.
Warren, a small city in Northern Minnesota, is offering an innovative public service: images that reveal building heat loss, captured by drones.
This was the week for Microgrid California, a one-day conference produced by Microgrid Knowledge that was jam-packed with educational sessions designed for microgrid owners, developers and technology/equipment suppliers. Speakers offered lessons learned building microgrids. As a refresher, a microgrid is mostly designed to deliver resiliency for its owners – be they utilities, large C&I companies, municipalities, universities, and communities. What […]
Enel X to deploy a solar + storage-based microgrid at Eaton manufacturing facility to reduce environmental impact and support energy resilience for one of Puerto Rico’s largest employers.
PJM's old MOPR was bad policy and bad politics. What's next?
An object lesson is a concrete example of a negative outcome often juxtaposed with a positive outcome, but it is a lesson that is almost always worth paying attention to.
Keynote speakers opening this week's Solar Power International (SPI) show in Dallas pointed to the industry's importance in US job creation, and offered an inspirational lesson in the value of work ethic. (Also: a bonus history lesson of pro basketball greatness.)
The thick binder sat on the corner of J.W. Postal's desk for more than two weeks – not a good place to be in the fast-moving world of project finance. For someone whose job it is to review proposals, it was always close enough to keep in mind but far enough away to ensure it wouldn't derail more pressing needs. Besides, at first glance it elicited the same reaction this plan always seemed to receive.