‘Historic’ Clean Energy Legislation Expands Solar, Threatens Coal in Virginia

What keeps the lights on in Virginia could change drastically over the next three decades. A bill being praised [...]

New York and California Lead the Charge Against Climate Rule Rollbacks

New York Attorney General Barbara Underwood is preparing for battle against the Trump administration over its attempt to dismantle [...]

Post-Fukushima Japan Chooses Coal Over Renewable Energy

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is pushing Japan’s coal industry to expand sales at home and abroad, undermining hopes among environmentalists [...]

Poland’s draft renewable bills would give greater support to large solar plants

Stanislaw Pietruszko, the head of the Photovoltaic Association of Poland (PVAP), says the country’s new renewable energy act could [...]

Polands heads towards Feed-in-Tariff

Poland, a country that produces 90% of its electricity with coal and once a seemingly impregnable bastion of neoliberalism [...]

GOP congressional reps ‘energized’ over legislation

Three Republican members of the Colorado congressional delegation have proposed three bills to streamline and enhance domestic energy production. [...]

Poland to amend renewable bill amid wind-farm investor concern

Poland, which boosted wind-power capacity 37 percent last year, will amend a proposed renewable- energy law after investors said [...]

Poland to reverse course over new renewables law

Coal-reliant Poland will reverse course and push through a law providing guaranteed purchase prices for power generated from wind [...]

Kentucky: House hearing scheduled for clean energy legislation

A bill that would require a certain percentage of the state’s energy to come from renewable sources is scheduled [...]

ESA applauds bipartisan Gibson-Thompson Bill to create energy storage ITC

The Electricity Storage Association (ESA) applauded news this week that U.S. Reps. Chris Gibson (R-NY) and Mike Thompson (D-CA) introduced legislation that would [...]