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 [...]

Renewable energy laws in cross-hairs of conservative groups

Renewable energy advocates made an unsuccessful push last year to expand Missouri’s green power law and help lessen the [...]

Public Regulation Commission approves new energy charge rate

The Public Regulation Commission approved a new renewable energy rate rider Tuesday to allow Public Service Company of New [...]

Vermont renewable energy bill gets last-minute overhaul

It was do or die for the energy bill on Wednesday. After a fight on the Senate floor over [...]

Japan panel head eyes incentive seen boosting solar power

The head of a Japanese panel suggested on Wednesday that utilities pay 52 cents per kilowatt-hour (kwh) for solar [...]

Calif. Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s green fuels bill passes key hurdle

California Assembly Bill 1900, authored by Assemblyman Mike Gatto (D-Los Angeles), a bill that would change the state’s rules [...]

Mass. Senate to tackle energy bill

A multi-faceted energy bill aimed at reining in electricity costs in Massachusetts while also continuing to promote growth in [...]

Mass. committee advances bill on clean energy

A key Massachusetts legislative committee on Tuesday advanced a bill that forces clean energy companies to compete for contracts [...]

Ohio: Energy law works

FirstEnergy Corp. doesn’t want to develop renewable energy, but the electricity provider has grudgingly agreed to invest in it. [...]