Evergreen Washington State Going Greener With Fleet of Clean-Energy Laws

Inslee’s signature clean energy bill requires the state to be coal-free by 2025, carbon-neutral by 2030 and use 100% [...]

An Illinois Bill Leans Into the Most Contentious Part of the Green New Deal

A new clean energy bill in Illinois may serve as a remarkable test case of one of the Green [...]

Wind Farms Stall, Solar Grows as Energy Debate Continues in Ohio

Alternative energy advocates cheered a recent decision by Ohio Gov. John Kasich to veto a recent bill that would [...]

Governor weighs changes to Washington clean-energy law

Large utilities in Washington state will soon have to get at least part of their power from new renewable [...]

NJ: Bill could deliver what solar sector needs most – stability

The legislature appears poised to act to stabilize a solar market that some have argued threatens to curtail the [...]

Clean Air Initiative struggles to achieve renewable energy goal

Missouri’s goal of generating 15 percent of its total energy from renewable energy by 2020 is facing some setbacks. [...]

New legislation provides clean energy incentives for Wilton

More good news for the Connecticut green ones among us: renewable energy sources are becoming a more viable option [...]

New energy law in Serbia opens the energy market in 2012

Today, the National Assembly of Serbia adopted the new Energy Law, which should liberalize all parts of energy market [...]

Big energy states meet to discuss the future of energy policy

A group of states responsible for almost a third of the domestic energy production have joined forces to assert [...]

New clean energy incentives on the horizon?

Hoping to find a way around the current political impasse on climate change and energy policy, a former top [...]