Will California Redouble its Push for Clean Energy? It All Rides on This Upcoming Vote

It’s difficult to overstate how important California is to the US clean energy effort. For decades it has been [...]

Virginia utilities, lawmakers to reform renewable energy policy Read more: Virginia utilities, lawmakers to reform renewable energy policy

Virginia lawmakers, environmental groups and utilities are working to revamp the state’s 2007 Electric Utility Re-Regulation Act, which is [...]

Renewable energy laws in cross-hairs of conservative groups

Renewable energy advocates made an unsuccessful push last year to expand Missouri’s green power law and help lessen the [...]

Blumenauer and CPC Call for Extending the Renewable Energy Production Tax Credit

Office of the House of Representative Earl Blumenauer, U.S Government has issued the following news release: Members of the [...]

CFTC decision gives renewables relief from Dodd Frank

Author: Rick Umoff, Cleantech Law Partners In July 2010, the Commodities Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) was granted expanded authority under [...]

NJ solar program gets new life

This morning Governor Chris Christie signed into law bipartisan legislation to strengthen and encourage the continued growth of New [...]

Legislation introduced for renewable energy development on public land

On Thursday U.S. Congressmen Mike Thompson (D-CA) and Paul Gosar (R-AZ) introduced H.R. 6154, The Public Lands Renewable Energy [...]

House of Representatives passes bill to choke off Energy Department financing

Republicans in the House of Representatives quietly passed 13 provisions last week that would choke off Energy Department financing [...]

Jordan’s parliament adopts energy efficiency law

Arwa reported on last week’s parliamentary vote to shelve Jordan’s first nuclear reactor. Exploratory mining for uranium was also [...]

Florida: Winners and losers – Some bills that passed, failed in the 2012 legislative session

Some bills that passed and failed in the 2012 session. Bills must be approved by Gov. Rick Scott. RECLAIMED [...]