Energy incentives in New Jersey heat up

When it comes to the energy sector, New Jersey is not shy about handing out incentives. There are financial [...]

From brown to bright: a new option for contaminated lands

By Bryant Cannon Cleantech Law Partners According to the Energy Information Administration U.S. electricity production will need to increase [...]

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 [...]

New Super Powered Solar Panel?

If you have solar panels on your home, you probably think you’re the wave of the future. You’re the [...]

Bill Gates urges for clean energy investments

Microsoft founder, famous billionaire and clean energy supporter Bill Gates yesterday downplayed the notion that China is overtaking the [...]

Koch brothers’ influence extends again to poor climate policy

New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is re-evaluating the state’s participation in a regional carbon trading program and could opt [...]

Ohio steps up as a clean energy leader

COLUMBUS, Ohio — Former Michigan Gov. Jennifer Granholm continued a nationwide clean energy tour in Ohio on Wednesday, imploring [...]

On the BP Spill Anniversary — Has anything changed for clean energy?

On the anniversary of the BP oil spill, cleantechies can take a look back at the progress made in [...]

33% of CA’s electricity must come from renewables by 2020

Gov. Jerry Brown signed into law Tuesday a mandate that 33% of electricity in California must come from renewable [...]

Energy bills vetoed by Schwarzenegger fit the floor once more

Dozens of proposals vetoed by former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger are zooming through the Legislature anew, with the ruling Democrats [...]