Clean Energy’s Policy Response to COVID-19 is Paramount

While the COVID-19 pandemic has reduced air pollution in the U.S., the longer-term impact on the environment is unclear. In a recent study, MIT Sloan School of Management Prof. Christopher Knittel and Prof. Jing Li have analyzed the short- and… Read moreClean Energy’s Policy Response to COVID-19 is Paramount

NEW REPORT PRESENTS INDIA’S CLEAN ENERGY PROGRESS AS A MODEL FOR CLEANER ECONOMIC GROWTH AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING COVID-19

“India’s Clean Power Revolution” report by BloombergNEF and Bloomberg Philanthropies shows how India has become a thriving clean energy market, and how it can achieve its renewable power target of 450GW by 2030, the most ambitious in the world NEW… Read moreNEW REPORT PRESENTS INDIA’S CLEAN ENERGY PROGRESS AS A MODEL FOR CLEANER ECONOMIC GROWTH AND RECOVERY FOLLOWING COVID-19

Local Governments Advance Clean Energy Transition

As of March, local governments have signed 335 deals to procure a total of 8.28 GW of renewable energy over the last five years – more than the total energy generation capacity of Alaska, Hawaii, Rhode Island and Vermont combined. … Read moreLocal Governments Advance Clean Energy Transition

Xcel Energy Proposes Minnesota Clean Energy Investments

Xcel Energy, a company that delivers clean energy solutions from a variety of renewable sources, has proposed one of the largest packages of energy investments in Minnesota’s history as part of its response to the Minnesota Public Utilities Commission and… Read moreXcel Energy Proposes Minnesota Clean Energy Investments

COVID-19 Continues to Devastate Clean Energy Jobs

More than 620,000 U.S. clean clean energy workers have lost their jobs since March after 27,000 new workers filed unemployment claims in May, according to the latest analysis of unemployment data by BW Research for E2, E4TheFuture and the American… Read moreCOVID-19 Continues to Devastate Clean Energy Jobs

CCSA: Massachusetts Solar Regulations Would Cancel Clean Energy Projects

New Massachusetts’ clean energy regulations would have the unintended consequence of canceling nearly 80 solar energy projects at a time when COVID-19 is already causing long-lasting harm to many sectors of the local economy, according to analysis recently released by… Read moreCCSA: Massachusetts Solar Regulations Would Cancel Clean Energy Projects

Clean Energy Industries Commit to a Majority Renewables Grid

Within a decade, more than half of the electricity generated in the U.S. will come from clean, renewable resources supported by energy storage, according to a joint commitment that has been recently released by U.S. wind, solar, hydropower and energy… Read moreClean Energy Industries Commit to a Majority Renewables Grid

COVID-19 Continues to Wreak Havoc on Clean Energy Jobs

Nearly 600,000 U.S. clean energy workers have lost their jobs since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic after 447,208 new workers filed unemployment claims in April – tripling the claims filed in March. That’s according to a new analysis of… Read moreCOVID-19 Continues to Wreak Havoc on Clean Energy Jobs

CRES Pens Letter to Congress Seeking Clean Energy Stimulus

To preserve and grow the U.S. workforce and economy following the devastating impact of COVID-19, Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions (CRES) has delivered to House and Senate leadership a letter outlining the value of  investment in clean energy as well… Read moreCRES Pens Letter to Congress Seeking Clean Energy Stimulus

Clean Energy Sector Disappointed in FERC’s MOPR Decision

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) today largely rejected the clean energy sector’s Request for Rehearing on its order to impose a Minimum Offer Price Rule (MOPR) in the PJM capacity market. While clarifying that voluntary RECs are not considered… Read moreClean Energy Sector Disappointed in FERC’s MOPR Decision