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 [...]