Maryland Governor Vetoes Renewable Energy Bill

On Friday, Gov. Larry Hogan, R-Md., vetoed the Clean Energy Jobs Act, a bill that would have expanded Maryland’s [...]

United States: Renewable Energy Tax Provisions In The Fiscal Cliff Legislation – The “American Taxpayer Relief Act Of 2012”

The House of Representatives last night approved H.R. 8, the “American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012” (the “Bill”), by [...]

Future of Solar and incentives in US

There seems to be a bit of a dichotomy around solar energy in the marketplace at the moment. On [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Poland’s draft renewable bills would give greater support to large solar plants

Stanislaw Pietruszko, the head of the Photovoltaic Association of Poland (PVAP), says the country’s new renewable energy act could [...]

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, [...]

A bill that will remove barriers for renewable natural gas

Assembly Bill 1900, authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles), a bill which removes barriers to the development of [...]

New UK Energy Minister promises energy bill into law

In his first statement as the UK’s new Energy Minister, John Hayes has pledged to bring the Coalition’s controversial [...]