R.I. Lawmakers Poised to OK Biomass Bill

Foes say a wood burning plant in Johnston would release carbon and potential contaminants. Despite the objections of environmental [...]

Why Biomass Remains a Challenge, Even in Timber-rich Georgia

A new biomass plant under construction in Georgia highlights the challenging economics of the technology, even in a state [...]

Revised Oregon Energy Bill Includes Biomass Provision

Biomass is politically popular in rural areas of the state and communities with timber mills where wood waste can [...]

Japan’s Feed-In-Tariff System for Clean Energy Mired in Regulations

The nuclear disaster in Japan two years ago ignited a push to develop a new and clean energy industry, [...]

German Law Gave Citizens a Stake in Clean Energy Switch

“What an eyesore, huh?” the man standing next to me on the beach said, nodding in the direction of [...]

10 Significant State Policies for Distributed Solar Energy

California and New Jersey receive frequent coverage for the state policies that have helped them claim and hold onto [...]

German Environment Minister plans to reform Renewable Energy Act

With a focus already on federal elections in September 2013, German Environment Minister Peter Altmaier wants to push a [...]

Phillippines ERC releases feed-in-tariff rates for renewable energy

The Energy Regulatory Commission on Friday approved the long-awaited feed-in tariffs (FIT) for renewable energy sources, a move expected [...]

Michigan Energy Michigan jobs pushes for RE measure

Supporters of a Michigan ballot measure that would require utilities to get more of their electricity from renewable sources [...]

Legacy Biomass Law Takes Effect

Legislation to amend the Clean Energy Initiative will take effect today and the bill’s prime sponsor says it represents [...]