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PJM's old MOPR was bad policy and bad politics. What's next?
With the long-anticipated approval of its new Statewide Electric Storage Program, Connecticut has just leapfrogged the rest of New England to become the new regional leader in distributed battery storage program development.
In a world full of alternative facts, it should come as no surprise that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) no-longer stands for Protecting the Environment. On Jan. 20, only a day before millions of Americans took to the streets to march in support of climate action, the EPA made major changes to its website.
Reading a recent op/ed in the New York Times comparing the current gasoline price hikes to the fuel crises of the 1970s, I came across mention of a dice-rolling board game from that time called “Gas Crisis.” According to boardgamegeek.com, players “drove” either gas guzzlers or smaller cars and needed $1000 to get around the board. Guzzlers threw three dice, smaller cars two […]
Remember old-time Florida calling cards saying "Citrus and cattle"?
AUTHORS: Barry Fischer, Aaron Tinjum, and Casey Davis-Van Atta Sometimes energy makes headlines, sometimes it doesn’t. But it almost always has important implications for the global economy, the environment, and our day-to-day lives. Here are 10 energy statistics from 2014, studied and compiled by Opower, that capture some of the most noteworthy trends of the year, and that will shape […]
Tuesday’s game changing election in Massachusetts offers a dramatic moment from which to look back on President Obama’s first year in office and consider what a huge difference a year makes. At this time last year there was uncertainty over which way the economy and the housing market were going to go, the Iraq war was winding down, the Afghanistan […]
If 2008 was a party for the solar PV industry, 2009 will be the morning after, warns Navigant Consulting's Paula Mints -- strong revenues and sales will be remembered fondly as demand softens and technology prices continue falling. But remember: this too shall pass.
Remember back in the good 'ol days of 2008 when manufacturing solar PV below a dollar a watt was a big deal? How quaint that vision seems today.
2013 may well be remembered as the year that ushered in a new era for the development of renewable energy projects on tribal lands.