The Solar Foundation to Re-Energize Solar America Cities

Jay Owen Greentech


Renewables Help States Meet Clean Power Plan Goals

Jennifer Runyon

In early August, the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released the final rules for its much-anticipated Clean Power Plan (CPP), an overarching method … Full Article

An ITC Alternative for Any Energy Generation

Susan Kraemer

As Deputy Chief of Staff for U.S. Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-Wash.), Amit Ronen was a key strategist in pushing the Senate to pass the 30 percent Investment Tax Credit (ITC) for eight years in 2008. Full Article

Report: Vermont Clean Energy Sector Jobs Increased 9.8 Percent Since 2013

Jennifer Delony
Vermont saw a 9.8 percent increase in clean energy sector jobs since 2013, and jobs in the sector are expected to grow another 6.2 percent by March 2016, according to a recently released report from the Vermont Public Service Department’s Clean Energy Development Fund (CEDF). Full Article

US Vice President Joe Biden Lets the Solar Secret Out

Jennifer Runyon

According to Vice President Joe Biden, the secret that is solar is finally out and that’s a good thing. Biden, who spoke at Solar Power International on Wednesday, is clearly a fan of the technology. Full Article

The Solar Foundation to Re-Energize Solar America Cities

Jennifer Runyon
One key method of increasing solar adoption and deployment across the world is to focus on reducing the soft costs — those fees, red tape, and other bureaucratic inefficiencies Full Article

US, China Research Institutes Sign Historic Clean Power Grid Accord

Andrew Burger
China’s State Grid Energy Research Institute (SGERI) and the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) on Sept. 11 Full Article

Canada Investment in Renewables Surged Last Year, Led by Ontario

Jeremy van Loon

Investment in renewable energy in Canada almost doubled last year as developers largely in Ontario and Quebec built solar, wind and hydropower projects, Clean Energy Canada said. Full Article