Entergy Corp. is positioning itself as a utility company of the future — even if critics lament what that could mean for electricity choices and costs in the South.
Turning ancient forests into wood pellets is putting the country’s tourism and climate commitments at risk.
The panel I was moderating on the wood pellet trade was bombing. Precious minutes disappeared as we waited for a PowerPoint to load.
Whether waste-to-energy is “renewable” is debatable. It’s also irrelevant, writes Roger Ballentine, president of Green Strategies, Inc.
A 2013 state law limits how much solar power schools and other entities can buy from third-party projects.