Energy Self-Reliant States: Positive Policy Changes for Distributed Renewable Energy

The previous week I covered the one thing Obama’s climate policy can’t leave out, and you can judge the President’s climate plan for yourself.  Also, while I’m on “vacation” (moving) you can read (and link to) a web version of the fourth segment of our Rooftop Revolution report. Sincerely, John Positive Policy Changes for …

Alternative Energy: Busting Big Oil Myths, Part IV: Gas Prices

Alternative Energy Busting Big Oil Myths, Part IV: Gas Prices Top 10 Solar Utilities (x 2) Cattails As Building Insulation — New Research Brings To Light The Great Advantages Of The Material IRENA Launches Renewable Costing Alliance Solar Impulse, The Solar Airplane, Reroutes To Washington, DC Climate-themed bond issues are …

Last Week from ILSR’s Energy Self-Reliant States: Why Master Limited Partnerships are a Lousy Policy for Solar, Wind, and Taxpayers

A thorough explanation of what’s in Minnesota’s new solar law (net metering, CLEAN/FIT, and more!) and why I think Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) would be a lousy idea for renewable energy. Sincerely, John Why Master Limited Partnerships are a Lousy Policy for Solar, Wind, and Taxpayers If you follow the renewable energy industry …

MLPs and REITs Back in the Spotlight: Will Washington Finally Level the Playing Field?

Are MLPs a Trojan Horse for Killing the PTC? – GTM Daily Newsletter

  LATEST NEWS: New Eagle-Kill Regulations for Wind Farms May Have Mixed Consequences  Patrick Donnelly-Shores – May 3, 2013 How will developers respond? Rhode Island Gets the Opower Treatment  Katherine Tweed – May 3, 2013 Another half-million utility customers join Opower’s ranks. Are Master Limited Partnerships a Trojan Horse for …

Call to Action: Setting Clean-Tech Policy for the Next Four Years

  Having trouble viewing this email? Click here research / reports  / webinars / stock indexes / book / about January 22, 2013 Call to Action: Setting Clean-Tech Policy for the Next Four Years “The path towards sustainable energy sources will be long and sometimes difficult. But America cannot resist this transition; we must lead it. We cannot cede to other …