Coal Mines Could Store Old Turbine Blades

Wind energy companies will have the option of using decommissioned wind turbine blades as backfill material when reclaiming surface [...]

Israel Wind Policy: Hundreds of Wind Turbines to be Built in Northern Israel

The agreement will enable the development of several projects in northern Israel, the ministries said, which are currently in [...]

US Policy: House Spending Bill Favors Wind, but not Solar

Clean energy producers voiced dismay on Tuesday at a U.S. spending bill, saying it fell far short of what [...]

US Wind Boom Faces New Threat From Proposed Tower Tariffs

A push for new import tariffs on wind turbine towers could put some projects underwater as the PTC phases [...]

Governor Mills Signs Executive Order Ending Maine Wind Turbine Moratorium

Governor Janet Mills signed an Executive Order yesterday to end a moratorium on wind turbine permits. This order clarifies [...]

How Will BLM’s Final Rule On Renewables Impact Wind Energy?

In support of the president’s Climate Action Plan, Secretary of the Interior (DOI) Sally Jewell has announced that the Bureau of [...]

New York City Council unanimously approves Zone Green

On April 30, 2012, the New York City Council unanimously approved Zone Green, New York City’s proposed zoning amendments [...]

Poland to reverse course over new renewables law

Coal-reliant Poland will reverse course and push through a law providing guaranteed purchase prices for power generated from wind [...]

Vermont: Committee starts over on renewable power bill

Legislation that would require utilities to purchase green energy will go back to the drawing board, according the chair [...]

Pakistan: National energy policy

Reportedly, recommendations have been made to PM to increase gas prices by 34 percent from January 2012, impose levy [...]