Ohio: Energy law works

FirstEnergy Corp. doesn’t want to develop renewable energy, but the electricity provider has grudgingly agreed to invest in it. [...]

Rhode Island’s renewable energy laws

By Representative Deborah Ruggiero Rhode Island ranks among the lowest 10 states in the country when it comes to [...]

California adopts new green energy laws

California Gov. Jerry Brown signed three bills into law meant to encourage the use of solar energy and other [...]

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 [...]

Illinois companies poised to add thousands of jobs to help build Illinois’ smart grid

Manufacturing, construction, high-tech and service businesses across Illinois plan to ramp up operations to help strengthen and modernize the [...]

Ohio renewable energy law in danger

Ohio’s mandate that utilities find a quarter of their power from renewable and advanced technology sources by 2025 would [...]

USA: SMUD push to change renewable energy law on hold until 2012

A last-minute push by Sacramento Municipal Utility District to change the state’s green energy law has been put on [...]

Investors confused by new energy laws

The green energy law that will become effective in 10 months still has to clarify some important issues, such [...]

Brussels slams Poland for lack of energy law

The European Commission has launched legal action against Poland after the government failed to pass a law on renewable [...]