Costa Rica Reports Near 100% Renewable Energy Electricity Supply and Electricity Export

With record electricity generation in May 2019, Costa Rica now derives nearly 100% of its electricity from renewable energies, [...]

Solar and Wind, Plus More Geothermal

AB 893 would mandate that utilities and CCAs buy 2,500 megawatts of solar and wind by 2022, before federal [...]

2017 Outlook: Geothermal Is Trending Upwards

Overall, the 2017 geothermal outlook is positive, based on GEA analysis. Geothermal is posed to grow by leaps and bounds [...]

Interior Department OKs 520 MW of Solar, Geothermal Projects

The U.S. Department of Interior (DOI) gave the go-ahead to 520 MW of renewable energy projects, including two solar and one [...]

Japan’s Feed-In-Tariff System for Clean Energy Mired in Regulations

The nuclear disaster in Japan two years ago ignited a push to develop a new and clean energy industry, [...]

German Law Gave Citizens a Stake in Clean Energy Switch

“What an eyesore, huh?” the man standing next to me on the beach said, nodding in the direction of [...]

Geothermal heat pump bill signed into law

CaliforniaGeo applauds Governor Brown’s recent signing of AB 2339 (Williams) Energy Geothermal Technologies, into law on September 27, 2012 [...]

New bill proposes to extend wind energy PTC, slash oil subsidies

A group of Democrats in the U.S. House of Representatives has introduced new legislation that would extend a number [...]

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. [...]

Setting an energy standard

When it comes to renewable energy goals, Colorado keeps raising the bar. It was the first state to implement [...]