Malaysia: Government Aims for 40% of Primary Energy Mix to Come From Renewable Energy Sources by 2035

The government aims to ensure that 40% of the country’s primary energy mix comes from renewable energy (RE) sources [...]

US Energy Panel Approves Rule to Expand Transmission of Renewable Power

Federal energy regulators approved a long-awaited rule to make it easier to transmit renewable energy such as wind and [...]

Ireland: A Green Country Gets Greener

Wind power was responsible for providing almost 50% of Ireland’s electricity in October.  In an exciting announcement, Wind Energy [...]

Renewable Energy Will Be on the Ballot in Nevada Once Again

Question 6, also known as the Renewable Energy Promotion Initiative, is a ballot initiative that, if approved by voters, would [...]

Greece Accelerates Green Energy Push Despite Pandemic Downturn

Though energy investment is set to fall globally this year, Greece is on track to meet ambitious 2020 green [...]

Local Governments Are Central to Clean Energy Transition in the US

As of March, local governments have signed 335 deals to procure a total of 8.28 GW of renewable energy [...]

India: CERC Issues Draft Regulations for Determination of RE Tariff

CERC has released the draft of its 2020 regulations for tariff determination from renewable energy (RE) sources, with comments [...]

House Democrats Push for Renewable Energy Tax Credits in Coronavirus Stimulus

Environmental advocacy, renewable energy trade groups rally for seven provisions. As lawmakers continue to hammer out legislation to address [...]

Senators Seek 50% Renewable Electricity in Every State

Legislation being introduced in the US, the Renewable Electricity Standard (RES) Act of 2019, would require electricity providers throughout the country [...]

Colorado Academy Helps Spur Sweeping State Clean Energy Bills

A clean energy academy for state lawmakers from across the U.S. has its fingerprints on renewable energy and climate [...]