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Global energy industry is at an inflection point, said utility representative

Edison Electric Institute Chair Warner Baxter offers his perspective on the interconnected crises facing the energy industry during an unprecedented time.

Model law protects brownfield solar development

Liability exemptions seek to reduce uncertainty, and fears of potential financial liability for renewable energy developers allowing for expedited siting on contaminated sites across the United States.


Department of Defense maintains strong commitment to renewable energy

The U.S. DoD is in the unique position of being able to make significant investments in climate change and clean energy with significant bipartisan support.

Fintech meets solar: Raise Green revolutionizes local impact investment and development

Raise Green is a crowd funding platform providing tools and resources for individuals to directly participate in community solar as well as various clean energy deployments.

Deep retrofits and building emission laws offer new opportunities for solar in NYC

An ambitious New York City law on building emissions and an innovative NYSERDA program for deep retrofits offer new opportunities for solar on the pathway to deep decarbonization in the Big Apple.

Berkeley Lab report on U.S. residential solar adoption shows shifting income and demographic trends

New data from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab shows growing solar adoption by less affluent households and disadvantaged communities.


New York Governor Hochul announces $319 million dry pump facility

This investment helps secure domestic supply chains for an essential component in the solar cell manufacturing process.

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