Ohio farmers, businesses and others remain interested in solar energy, despite the impact of a legislative freeze in the state’s renewable portfolio standards, and a university program is helping them make informed decisions.
In light of Pope Francis’ encyclical on climate change, people of different faiths explore the role of spirituality in clean energy practice and policy.
Minnesota’s community solar garden program will be one of the largest two in the country even if the regulators this week decide to reduce its scope.
Despite legislative setbacks, advocates see other paths forward for clean energy in Ohio, albeit on a smaller scale.
By the time Ohio’s energy law freeze took effect last week, the new law had already caused a significant setback for the state’s solar energy sector.