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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.
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.
A cooperative in New Mexico is connecting customers to affordable solar energy and reliable Internet service.
The Des Moines City Council unanimously passed a resolution for 100% clean electricity by 2035.
It was a good month for clean energy stocks as well as the broader stock market, with the portfolio up 4% for a 20% total return through the end of October.
A new report by the National Renewable Energy Laboratory, “An Examination of the Hydropower Licensing and Federal Authorization Process,” reveals ways to streamline the licensing process for hydroelectric projects. As oil supplies plummeted in the early 1970s, prices skyrocketed. Congress compelled electricity companies to buy local hydroelectric energy at luxurious prices, launching a frenzy to build small hydropower. But the […]
Warren, a small city in Northern Minnesota, is offering an innovative public service: images that reveal building heat loss, captured by drones.
Electric customers in Maine, who are fed up with lousy utility service, can use a ballot initiative to take back their power.
Recent regulatory actions by FWS show that the Biden administration seeks both to ensure avian conservation and to accelerate the already rapid development and deployment of renewables and transmission infrastructure.
The development of the wind industry, on the other hand, picked up slightly this quarter. 3.3 gigawatts of wind generation capacity were installed in the second quarter of 2021, compared to just under 3 gigawatts in the previous quarter. Wind power made up nearly half of all generation capacity added this quarter, making wind the largest contributor to new power generation capacity for three straight quarters. All of the wind capacity built out in the second quarter of 2021 was onshore.