Blue Planet Foundation led the campaign to pass the new law
This program, along with other initiatives nationwide, will help the federal government save more than $18 billion over the next 10 years.
164 countries worldwide have now adopted renewable energy targets
A new study has mapped out a potential plan for the United States to completely transition to clean, renewable energy by 2050. According to the research study leader Mark Z. Jacobson, a professor of civil and environmental engineering at Stanford, the process would demand significant upfront costs, but over time would be roughly equal to the costs of maintaining the fossil fuel infrastructure currently in place. “When you account for the health and climate costs – as well as the rising price of fossil fuels – wind, water and solar are half the cost of conventional systems,” Jacobson said. “A conversion of this scale would also create jobs, stabilize fuel prices, reduce pollution-related health problems and eliminate emissions from the United States. There is very little downside to a conversion, at least based on this science.” Among the positives of switching to clean energy: reducing air pollution in the U.S. that is responsible for approximately 63,000 Americans each year, and eliminating greenhouse gases produced by fossil fuel that would cost the world approximately $3.3 trillion per year by 2050, per a phys.org report.
Record-breaking snow couldn't slow residential solar's continued growth.
Strategies Include a Long-Term Public Commitment to Attract Investment to New York and Spur Development of Clean, Stable Power
Three Nevada Projects to Generate 440MW of Clean Energy; Streamlined Review Process Speeds Permitting
"We believe this proposal leaves room to grow D4 (biomass-based diesel category) and D5 (general advanced biofuel category) final RVOs as REG and our industry continue to deliver increasing amounts of high-quality, cleaner and lower carbon advanced biofuel."
New Structure Makes Solar Accessible to Almost All Commercial Property Owners
DuPont issued the following statement in response to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) proposed rulemaking
The Illinois Renewable Energy Conference, held Thursday, July 16, at Illinois State University, will feature presentations on state energy policies and current legislative proposals.
--- Global policy uncertainty is one of the biggest obstacles to gaining the $48-53 trillion of investment needed to address climate challenges. --- Proactive engagement between climate negotiators and industry implementers will be essential to ensuring measures are deliverable and targeted. --- The World Energy Council Report calls for a stable and meaningful climate framework, guided by clear emissions targets and a flexible approach to the different needs of countries.
Today, there are 234 megawatts (MW) of installed solar capacity in Florida - enough to power 27,000 homes - ranking the state 13th in the nation.
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
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