Biden Administration Awards Wyoming $30 Million From New ‘Solar for All’ Grant

Amid rising energy costs, local grant administrators expect the new funds to save homeowners and renters money and help [...]

US Plans to Add Land in Western States to Expand Solar Energy Resources

Millions of acres of federal public land in five Western states, including Idaho, could be opened up to solar [...]

Wyoming: Net Metering Change Passes The State Senate

The Wyoming Senate gave its final approval on Friday to a bill that would change the net metering law [...]

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 [...]

Political Battle Heats Up In Wyoming Over Renewables Policy

Wyoming lawmakers have introduced a bill that would penalize electric utilities for using renewable energy resources.  Fortunately, this bill [...]

This Coal State Holds The Key To 100% Renewable Energy

In the topsy-turvy world of today’s renewable energy landscape, odd things are happening. One good example is the western [...]

Net Metering Is Under Attack: Here’s What You Need to Know

Two states are leading a charge to undermine rooftop solar. If successful, the attack could spread to other states. [...]

A bill to lease tribal land for energy development?

A bill that could speed up the process to lease tribal lands for energy development — such as mineral [...]

How blue state policy is greening up red states too

Increasingly, red states are also benefitting from the development of local renewable energy to meet renewable energy standards (RES) [...]

Could Wyoming wind power California?

A new federally funded study argues that wind energy from Wyoming is the most cost-effective method to help California [...]