Most of the power being used to satisfy the state’s renewable electricity standard comes from Hydro-Québec as local wind and solar development lag.
In an interview, an economic development director talks about his organization’s new $1 million fund to assist renewable energy projects.
Ballot Issue 1 could lower the Ohio capital city’s greenhouse gas emissions by nearly a fifth, according to supporters.
I know in conservative circles it’s become standard to blame the power shortages squarely on renewable energy, writes Scott Coenen, of the Wisconsin Conservative Energy Forum. However, the real story is far more complicated.
The state is closer than ever to achieving voluntary green pricing programs that offer the competitive pricing and flexibility that customers want, writes Laura Sherman of the Michigan Energy Innovation Business Council.