Washington State Moves Quickly to Implement Clean Energy Law

One of the most significant public policy decisions made by state law makers in 2019 was the Clean Energy Transformation [...]

With $22 Billion Plan, Israel Ups 2030 Renewable Energy Target From 17% to 30%

Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz claims measure will reduce air pollution by 93%, greenhouse gases by 50% per capita. Energy [...]

Trump Administration Extends Tax Breaks for Renewables Projects

Tax credits worth 2.5 cents per kilowatt hour extended for both wind and solar schemes The Trump administration is [...]

Mexico: Yucatán’s Clean Energy Initiatives Thwarted by Unexpected Bureaucracy

Swampish bureaucracy of central government has slowed the Yucatán’s ambitious reach. It had always seemed a little too good [...]

Australia: $15.3 Million For Renewables And Energy Efficiency Policy In Victoria

Victoria’s Minister for Energy, Environment and Climate Change and Solar Homes Lily D’Ambrosio has unveiled a new package of [...]

Ohio Approves Nation’s 1st Freshwater Offshore Wind Project

Ohio yesterday unanimously approved the Icebreaker wind farm, North America’s first offshore freshwater project, planned for just off the [...]

Hawaii Energy Policy: Honolulu Votes for Clean Energy

A bright spot shone today in the Pacific, as Honolulu’s City Council unanimously passed a new building code that [...]

Solar Caps in SW Virginia

For the first time in history, the U.S. is on track to produce more electricity from renewable energy than [...]

Minnesota Lawmakers Poised to Pass Updated Energy Conservation Law

The Energy Conservation and Optimization Act has support from utilities, businesses, unions and environmental groups. A bipartisan bill in [...]

India: CERC Issues Draft Regulations for Determination of RE Tariff

CERC has released the draft of its 2020 regulations for tariff determination from renewable energy (RE) sources, with comments [...]