Net metering laws may be challenged in California

In California’s sun-scorched Central Valley, the monthly electric bill can easily top $200. But that’s just about what George [...]

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 [...]

The end of clean energy subsidies?

The federal government has given generously to the clean energy industry over the last few years, funneling billions of [...]

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. [...]

US clean energy standard proposed in Senate

Hoping an inclusive, flexible approach will draw support, Sen. Jeff Bingaman (D-N.M.) recently introduced the Clean Energy Standard Act [...]

Renewables hope to avoid Dodd Frank regulations

By: Rick Umoff, Cleantech Law Partners What do the 2008 financial crisis, the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (“CFTC”), and [...]

Utah: Bill seeks up to 75 percent tax credit for alternative energy

A Utah Senate committee approved a bill Friday that would specify state tax credits for alternative-energy producers and shift [...]

CA state committee looks at rural renewable energy

Rural renewable energy planning has started as a state committee began hearings today on the “promise of renewable energy [...]

Snapshot of feed-in tariffs around the world in 2011

Feed-in tariffs are the world’s most popular renewable energy policy mechanism. Despite the economic recession, more and more jurisdictions [...]