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 [...]

The energy bill: what’s the real cost?

Before the end of this month, the Coalition will publish a new Energy Bill, which sets out its strategy [...]

Public Utilities Commission Approves Utilities’ Renewable Energy Plans

The California Public Utilities Commission today (CPUC) approved the renewable energy procurement plans for the state’s largest utilities, a [...]

Governor Cuomo launches a $30 million new energy efficient technology initiative

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced the launch of a $30 million initiative to accelerate the market utilization of [...]

How can the Senate tax bill be improved?

Before adjourning for August recess, the Senate Energy and Natural Resources committee reported a tax extenders bill addressing the [...]

Connecticut launches Energy Savings Initiative

The State of Connecticut has launched an innovative energy savings performance contracting program that allows state agencies and municipalities [...]

Bill to extend production tax credit for 10 years

Patterned on Successful WWII “War Bond” Model; U.S. Representative Bob Filner Leading the Charge in Congress for New Means [...]