California’s energy policy continues to provide valuable lessons going forward

Energy efficiency continues to be the cheapest, cleanest, fastest source of energy available today. Take California for instance. Over [...]

Cayman Islands: Committee shines light 
on National Energy Policy

If Wednesday’s presentation is any indication, then the National Energy Policy set to go before Cabinet in the first [...]

NJ: Bill could deliver what solar sector needs most – stability

The legislature appears poised to act to stabilize a solar market that some have argued threatens to curtail the [...]

New Hampshire: What are the implications of FERC’s new ruling on interstate transmission for hydropower development?

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) issued Order No. 1000 on July 21. The order amends FERC’s requirements for [...]

Virginia: Wind clears the way for greener grid

Wind generators or windmills are sprouting up all over the United States. They’re part of a growing move to [...]

CA: Two bills help farmers address renewable energy goals

By Lois Wolk I want to applaud Ag Alert® for its excellent two-part series on the effects of solar [...]

Illinois companies poised to add thousands of jobs to help build Illinois’ smart grid

Manufacturing, construction, high-tech and service businesses across Illinois plan to ramp up operations to help strengthen and modernize the [...]

Washington: PUDs support changes to renewable energy act

It doesn’t make economic sense to be required to buy more power than needed to support certain renewable energy [...]

Gov. Brown seeks to extend California energy surcharge

In a major effort to create more high-tech jobs, Gov. Jerry Brown is sponsoring legislation to extend a state [...]

New Jersey: solar power in schools loses energy as SREC prices drop

New Jersey ranks second in the nation in solar power generation behind California. Part of that success is because [...]