America Leads Global Energy Storage Development, But China’s Catching Up

A look at how energy storage is expanding across the world. Energy storage has gone global, but in a lumpy [...]

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 [...]

New legislation proposes slashing ‘Big Oil’ subsidies to promote renewables

For some solar policy advocates, a recent bill introduced in Congress would appear to represent their dream legislation. After [...]

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 [...]

US House spending bill would cut DOE renewables, boost nuclear

The US House Appropriations Committee on Wednesday passed on to the full chamber a Department of Energy spending bill [...]

U.S. slaps new fees on Chinese solar panels

The U.S. Commerce Department has imposed new import fees on solar panels made in China, finding that the Chinese [...]

Bipartisan US Senate bill would extend wind tax credits by two years

Seven US Republican and Democratic senators on Thursday introduced a bill that would extend for two years the federal [...]

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 [...]

ESA applauds bipartisan Gibson-Thompson Bill to create energy storage ITC

The Electricity Storage Association (ESA) applauded news this week that U.S. Reps. Chris Gibson (R-NY) and Mike Thompson (D-CA) introduced legislation that would [...]

Minnesota: Worry over wind energy tax credit expiring

It’s money that’s created several jobs in our area, but the wind energy tax credit is set to expire. [...]