Everything You Need to Know About California’s New Solar Roof Mandate

Is the requirement really cost-effective? Solar lease or purchase? Will new homes be net zero? And answers to other [...]

Could Scotland be 50% Renewable by 2030?

Despite grand ambitions, Scotland will not achieve 100% renewables generation by 2020, however experts believe it could still generate [...]

An Update on State-Level Clean Energy News From Around the Country

In the last few weeks, state-level stakeholders around the country have been busy reforming renewable portfolio standards, proposing changes [...]

President Obama to Make Energy Efficiency a Key Strategy to Tackle Climate Change

Today President Obama is announcing important new commitments and executive actions that represent major steps forward for energy efficiency. The White [...]

Many Witnesses Testify on Ohio Bill to Freeze Renewable Energy Standards

Ohio is one of the first states to consider setting aside the standards, and is nearing a decision. Many [...]

Advocates of Ohio’s Green-Energy Law Tally Savings

Programs led to consumer savings of $1 billion compared with costs of about $500 million. Energy-efficiency programs that could [...]

Ohio’s Clean Energy Programs Save Customers $2 For Every $1 They Spend

Energy efficiency standards in Ohio that have been facing attacks from state lawmakers provide significant consumer savings relative to their costs, [...]

Vermont Governor Shumlin Signs Bill to Help Improve Energy Efficiency for Homes and Businesses

Gov. Peter Shumlin today signed into law three bills that will improve access to energy efficiency and clean energy [...]

A Late Christmas ‘tax extender’ gift for Renewable Energy

The US Senate’s “fiscal cliff” package wasn’t exactly eight maids a-milking–the traditional gift for the eighth day of Christmas–though [...]

Energy Bill means a new sunrise for renewable energy

A new Energy Bill, two years in the making, will triple investment in renewable energy and mean the end [...]