Right now there is a rare opportunity to reform the system and produce lasting change that enhances reliability, writes Robert Nelson of the Citizens Utility Board of Michigan.
We have an opportunity to put people back to work while building a sustainable future, write Jennifer Weiss of Duke University and Jeffrey Schub of the Coalition for Green Capital.
Effective disaster response should send solar and batteries, writes Ellen Anderson, a senior energy researcher at the University of Minnesota.
The proposal would put Virginia on the right side of history while positioning the state be a climate and clean economy leader, write Maggie Clark and Rachel Smucker of the Solar Energy Industries Association.
Michigan has the potential to be the center of a 21st century automotive industry powered by electricity, writes Laura Sherman of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council.
It is imperative that policies also consider costs, benefits, and the competitiveness of the U.S. and Illinois economy, writes Alex Messina of the Illinois Chamber of Commerce.