NJ Governor Christie unveils final draft of energy master plan

Reaction to Gov. Chris Christie’s final energy master plan draft was mixed, but solar industry advocates endorsed the changes [...]

World: 10 reasons renewable energy may beat the projections

Five percent? That’s the EIA’s projected global increase in renewable energy generation by the year 2035. You’d think that [...]

California: Greenhouse gas law aides state’s clean tech growth

California voters did the right thing last November when they rejected an effort to kill AB 32, our state’s [...]

Clean tech funds key to Canada’s low-carbon future

The federal government is taking a regulatory, sector-by-sector approach to addressing  climate change concerns, putting it in step with [...]

U.S. and Chinese energy policy: Chinese carbon caps

While U.S. Republican presidential candidates are vying for who will dismantle the EPA fastest upon winning the election and [...]

6 Energy policy topics for US presidential candidates

As the US heads into the process of electing its next President, many subjects and issues will be debated. [...]

Boston networks solutions: driving demand for clean energy policy

Boston is nationally renowned as a leading “green” city, recently ranked the 5th most sustainable city in the U.S. [...]

Russia: Waste to energy investments sought by Russian fund

A Russian investment fund, Republic of Tatarstan and Wermuth Asset Management plan, is to set up a 200 million [...]

Solar could become more economical than fossil fuels in ten years

In a decade, solar photovoltaic systems have the potential to be more economical than fossil fuels in generating electricity, [...]

Solar-powered boat competition inspires teens

Reporting from Winchester, Calif. — Before the competition had even begun, Ty Kastendiek was told, again and again, that [...]