California Is Considering a 100 Percent Renewable Energy Law. That’s a Bad Idea.

By choosing renewables alone, the state may be closing off other decarbonization pathways. Last week, California’s quest for a clean [...]

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 [...]

UK energy deal triples renewable subsidy by 2020

British government support for low-carbon electricity generation will triple by 2020 after the energy and finance ministries reached a [...]

Energy Bill introduced to UK parliament

Described as a “once in a generation opportunity” to drive low-carbon economic growth by Energy Secretary, Ed Davey, the [...]

Germany must change its RE legislation to curb power price : RWE

Germany must change its renewable- energy legislation to curb power-price gains and guarantee security of supply, according to utility [...]

UK policy will fail to reach carbon targets, says IEA

The U.K.’s energy policies may fail to deliver nuclear power and renewables needed for the nation to meet its [...]

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 [...]

Bingaman launches uphill battle with ‘clean’ power proposal

Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee Chairman Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) floated highly anticipated legislation Thursday to reduce power plant [...]

Legislation introduced for National Clean Energy Standard

Legislation introduced this morning would set the first national standard for clean energy in the US.   Senate Energy [...]