SEIA Applauds Efforts by DOE to Expand Solar Deployment

Department of Energy's (DOE) SunShot Initiative announced today that it will provide $32 million in new funding opportunities to help spur additional solar development nationwide.

Welsh Government invests 13 million euros of EU funds in marine energy leader Minesto to start the commercial roll out of marine power plants in Wales

UK and Wales strengthen position as global leaders in marine renewable energy

SEIA Announces Support for 'New Energy for America Act'

"Today, solar is the fastest-growing source of renewable energy in America"

SEIA Supports Legislation to Increase Use of Renewables by Federal Government

"When it comes to America's clean energy future, this is an important step forward - one that promises to benefit both the economy and environment"

Missouri and Kansas Municipal Organizations Sign Renewable Energy Supply Contracts Totaling 65 MW with Marshall Wind Energy

Marshall Wind Energy LLC, a wholly-owned subsidiary of RPM Access LLC (RPMA), has signed three individual long-term renewable energy power purchase agreements with Missouri Joint Municipal Electric Utility Commission (MJMEUC), headquartered in Columbia, Missouri, Kansas Power Pool (KPP), based in Wichita, Kansas and the City of Independence, Missouri, Department of Power and Light (IPL), totaling 65 MW of renewable energy.

Geothermal Power Ready to Meet Future Power System Needs, New Report Concludes

"Geothermal energy is the few renewable energy sources to date that can provide a full range of both ancillary services and baseload power to a power system"

National RES Bill Draws Strong Solar Industry Support

"The bill would create the first national threshold for utilities to provide a certain percentage of their electricity from renewable resources, including wind, solar, biomass and others."

SEIA Applauds Signing of Major Solar Legislation in Georgia

This new law will help to greatly expand the use of clean, reliable and affordable solar energy across Georgia.

Hawaii Lawmakers Pass Nation's First 100% Renewable Energy Requirement

Hawaii lawmakers voted 74-2 to pass the nation's first 100% renewable energy requirement. Blue Planet Foundation praised the measure, which makes Hawaii a global leader in energy policy by requiring that 100% of the islands' electricity be generated from renewable energy resources--such as wind, solar, and geothermal--no later than 2045.

Germany Will Lead Annual Offshore Wind Installations in 2015 as UK Loses Top Spot, says GlobalData

Germany will add 2,071 Megawatts in annual offshore wind turbine installations in 2015, making it the world's leading market ----Meanwhile, UK additions will remain relatively steady, but the country will slip to third in rankings behind China, says report

SEIA Applauds Launch of New York's MW Block Incentive Program

The NY-Sun Initiative is a $1 billion investment to significantly expand deployment of solar capacity throughout the state while transforming New York's solar industry to a sustainable, subsidy-free sector over time.

Capitol Hill Briefing Highlights Fuel Cell and Hydrogen Technologies

Policy Forum Provides Update on Latest Advancements

Mass Solar Coalition Applauds Progress on Solar Energy Policy Roadmap for the Commonwealth

Net Metering Cap Increase is a Key Priority for Keeping Solar Working for Massachusetts

California and Tennessee Utilities Lead in SEPA's 2014 Top 10 Rankings

Utility Solar Continues to Drive Market Growth Across the United States

AWEA applauds California's determination to further cut carbon pollution

"As California continues its international leadership on one of the greatest challenges of our time, the American Wind Energy Association applauds Gov. Brown and Sen. De Leon for taking this bold and necessary step to cut carbon pollution."

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