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When Will Congress Pass Tax Credits for Renewable Energy?

When Will Congress Pass Tax Credits for Renewable Energy?

When will Congress extend the tax credits for geothermal and other renewable energy technologies? -- Tom J., White Plains, New York
Landmark Solar Project Takes Cues from Nature

Landmark Solar Project Takes Cues from Nature

One of the most unusual sustainable buildings in the world, designed on nature's architecture and generating energy from daylight, was launched last week in a light show at the Eden Project in Cornwall. True to the Eden Project's principles, the new education and research facility, named The Core, is a superb example of sustainability using building-integrated photovoltaics (PV).
17-Month Solar Decathlon Starts in Washington

17-Month Solar Decathlon Starts in Washington

Students from eleven universities across the United States have started to design and construct homes that are fully powered by solar energy.
Post-Alta 1603—What Next?

Post-Alta 1603—What Next?

Nearly a year ago, the United States Court of Federal Claims handed the renewable energy sector a victory in Alta Wind V Owner Lessor v. United States. The court found the government’s reduction in 1603 grant awards was incorrect, holding that the plaintiffs were entitled to recover their full 1603 grant awards as they had originally requested. 
The community solar program in Illinois

The community solar program in Illinois

Looking forward, environmental advocates and organizers are pushing the State to pass the Clean Energy Jobs Act, which would further expand the Illinois Solar For All program in low- and medium-income communities and promote renewable energy jobs.
Massachusetts Community Solar Industry at Risk Due to Regulatory Changes

Massachusetts Community Solar Industry at Risk Due to Regulatory Changes

More and more people are interested in ‘going solar,’ but most people cannot put solar panels on their roof. Imagine this: you want to go solar, get an on-site assessment, and find out that your roof is not adequate due to tree shading, direction of the roof, or age of the roof. Over the last couple of years, community solar has emerged as a solution to this problem.
Wind Production Facilities to be Built in United Kingdom

Wind Production Facilities to be Built in United Kingdom

A Danish wind energy company will set up a production facility in Scotland.
Oil Spill Contained, Energy Policy Dies, Status Quo Blissfully Restored

Oil Spill Contained, Energy Policy Dies, Status Quo Blissfully Restored

As the vein of black gold enriching the Gulf of Mexico finally, or temporarily, dwindles to a trickle, what passes for public debate on American television descends all too predictably into screeching about 'blame.' Everyone knows all good movies need a villain and despite a few quiet voices not-so-helpfully reminding us that accidents happen and we should remain stoic in the throes of fate, Americans crave the simplicity and uncomplicated drama of the white hat/black hat narrative.
Industry News

Industry News

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers awarded Voith Hydro Inc. a $30.8 million contract to replace turbine equipment at its 45.2-MW Stockton project in Missouri's Sac River system.
Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2014: June Update

Ten Clean Energy Stocks for 2014: June Update

While the major market indexes were hitting new highs in May, small capitalization stocks and clean energy stocks (most of which are small cap) continued to lag. The broad market benchmark IWM gained just 0.2 percent and is down 2.3 percent for the year, while my clean energy benchmark PBW fell 3.2 percent cutting its gains for the year to a slim 1.2 percent.