How States Will Continue to Drive Climate Action in 2020

Will the U.S. make climate progress in 2020? If last year is any indication, the answer will emerge from states and cities where progress in tackling carbon pollution is accelerating.

Study: Solar Tariffs Cause Devastating Harm to U.S. Market, Economy and Jobs

More than 62,000 jobs, $19 billion in investment and 10.5 GW of solar are lost due to tariffs

Commercial Real Estate and Clean Power Investment Tips

Despite the uncertainty surrounding S2289, there's no need for eco-savvy business owners to shy away from investing in clean energy. Renewable power offers numerous benefits at the corporate level, and you'll find that sustainability is good for business.

Hundreds of Mayors Call on Congress to Extend the Solar Investment Tax Credit

A bipartisan group of 231 mayors from Tacoma, Wash to Ft. Lauderdale, Fla. sent a letter to Congress today urging them to pass the Renewable Energy Extension Act (HR 3961/S. 2289), a five-year extension of the solar Investment Tax Credit (ITC).

How Energy Deregulation Works For You

Innovative online brokerage platform Power Kiosk is opening up the benefits of the deregulated energy industry to consumers and brokers alike.

California Will Hit Climate Targets More Than 100 Years Too Late If Current Pace of Emissions Reductions Holds

Eleventh annual California Green Innovation Index finds state climate goals in question without major policy and technology breakthroughs to dramatically accelerate emissions decline.

USTR Rushes to Judgment on Bifacial Exemption

Following is a statement from SEIA's President and CEO Abigail Ross Hopper regarding the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative's decision to impose tariffs on bifacial solar panels:

Renewable Energy in Cádiz and Barcelona, Spain

The nation's two biggest cities, Madrid and Barcelona, along with Cádiz, Zaragoza and some 700 smaller municipalities are all now using 100 per cent certified renewable energy for street lighting and public buildings.

Toward 100% Clean Energy: Two Million Solar Strong and Growing

Today, IREC proudly joins the collective voice of advocates and industry celebrating a milestone we have worked for 37 years to witness: two million solar installations now in the U.S.

U.S. Power in 2018: The Good, The Better, and The Gassy

The first numbers on last year's energy trends are in and there are two pieces of great news and one that should worry us: Solar and wind energy are thriving, coal-fired generation sunk to a four-decade low - but natural gas infrastructure is expanding.

ULEZ is coming: Are you ready?

The introduction of an Ultra Low Emission Zone is intended to help improve the air quality in central London. Currently, air pollution is one of the biggest challenges London is facing.

Possible solutions for the UK to bring its greenhouse gas emissions down to zero

In a bid to become the cleanest country worldwide, the UK was announced that it is looking to cut its greenhouse gas emissions to zero by 2050.

Party is over for dirt-cheap solar panels, says China executive

Solar panel prices tumbled around 30 percent last year after China, the world's largest producer, cut subsidies to shrink its bloated solar industry, pushing smaller manufacturers to the brink of collapse.

What Laws and Bans Are Helping to Protect the Planet?

There are still huge strides to make to combat climate change, but we are definitely making progress. Leaders from across the globe are stepping up efforts to ensure marked changes are being made to dramatically reduce emissions and change behaviours - and fast.

The Connection Between Alternative Energy Technology and Building Trends in the Intermountain West

Nevada led the renewable energy pack by voting in favor of Question 6, with 59 percent of voters approving the measure. Known as the Renewable Energy Standards Initiative, it will require Nevada to source at least 50 percent of its electricity from renewable sources by 2030

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