It’s the Economy: Maryland RPS Debate Illustrates National Divide on Clean Energy Policy

A curious trend is emerging when it comes to renewable energy mandates: Many states that have them are doubling [...]

State Renewable Energy Policy Developments – March Recap

Attacks on state renewable energy deployment policies continue in at least twenty-two states. However the news is not all [...]

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 [...]

How Obama and Congress Could Find Common Ground on Energy

Despite divided government, the partisan impasse may be about to end on energy policy. The key lies in a [...]

US policy outlook for renewable energy

The United States went to the polls on November 6. President Obama was returned to another four years in [...]

Germany plans to be 100 per cent Renewable by 2050

Fully twenty five percent of Germany’s energy pie is now renewable energy – compared to six percent in the [...]

10 Significant State Policies for Distributed Solar Energy

California and New Jersey receive frequent coverage for the state policies that have helped them claim and hold onto [...]

New report suggests US energy policy focus on supply security rather than energy independence

America’s policymakers need to consider whether energy independence is really necessary to achieve adequate, reliable and affordable energy supplies, [...]

Michigan Energy Michigan jobs pushes for RE measure

Supporters of a Michigan ballot measure that would require utilities to get more of their electricity from renewable sources [...]

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 [...]