Georgia: Athens Navigates 2035 Renewable Energy Goals

For Michael Songster, an Athens home builder, sustainability is more than just an interest. It’s about combating climate change, [...]

Controversial Renewable Energy Bill Moves to Indiana Senate

When it comes to wind and solar farms, Indiana lawmakers are trying to strike a balance between property rights [...]

Net Metering Policy Takes Center Stage in California

The nation’s biggest solar market now faces regulators’ biggest solar conundrum — the cost shift. California’s long-awaited proceeding on [...]

Australia to Review Smart Meter Rules

The Australian Energy Market Commission has launched an independent review into the rules governing electricity meters, to determine what [...]

2020 Regional Solar Policy Report for New Mexico

Big, bold state renewable goals are impressive at first glance, but a closer look is necessary to see if [...]

US Energy Dept. Aims For Affordable Solar Power

Follow. The. Money. For all the talk about saving coal jobs over the past four years or so, the [...]

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 [...]

German State Requires Solar Panels On New, Non-Residential Buildings

German state of Baden-Württemberg follows basic logic and requires that all new non-residential buildings have solar panels on them. [...]

Mayors Sign Letter Urging Congress to Extend Solar and Wind Energy Tax Credits

A bipartisan coalition of 64 mayors, representing 25 states across the country, joined with Environment America today to call [...]

India to Hit Large-Scale PV Target of 60 GW by 2022

A new report by ICRA says large-scale solar in the country will likely achieve the 60 GW target set [...]