The president charges that there’s “state level abuse” with a certain Clean Water Act certification needed for natural gas pipelines and other energy projects.
Experts say accelerating renewable energy development, energy efficiency programs and electric vehicle adoption is critical in the Midwest.
Nuclear power might be part of a Green New Deal, but it can’t meet all U.S. energy needs.
More than 6,200 customers over five states will benefit and part of the funds will go to smart grid tech.
Deployment remains in the early stages in many places.
Overall the industry shed about 8,000 positions in 2018.
Will higher prices at peak times—like after the work day—prompt consumers to change their habits?
As of 2020, all new homes in California will need to be connected to solar power, such as having panels preinstalled.
Power plant emissions have fallen in the northeast. Could a new coalition do the same for transportation?
The bill would establish and fund a public-private partnership to look at retro, analog options for securing the nation’s electric grid from digital threats.
The shift is in part driven by cities' policies.
The number of utility-scale solar projects being built in the U.S. has “exploded."
Fire investigators continue to look at the possible role power equipment may have played in starting the state’s deadliest wildfire on record.
Environmentalists say the state level still might be the best place to seek changes, though not necessarily at the ballot box, where the energy industry remains a fierce and well-funded foe.
The energy-saving solution can be used by water treatment and wastewater facilities.
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Projects are already appearing in Massachusetts independent of the state’s grant program.
While Nevada’s effort to update its renewable portfolio standard has seen little opposition, the largest utility in Arizona is resisting the same measure.
Switching to an environmentally friendly community choice energy program will cost customers a bit more every month.
During Hurricane Florence, as in past storms, solar-power installations fared well.
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