It’s an ambitious goal for any state – 90 percent of electricity needs from renewable sources by 2050.
On Wednesday, December 14, representatives from the nation’s biofuels, renewable chemicals and biobased products industries provided written testimony to a U.S.
The Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative, the United States' first market-based regulatory mechanism to reduce carbon emissions, has completed its 12th quarterly carbon credit auction.
On May 23, the Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DSRG), a “smart grid” trade association coalition, announced that the U.S. Senate had introduced the Electric Consumer Right to Know Act, S 1029.
This is the first of a three-part Q & A with Katherine Hamilton, president of the Washington, D.C.-based GridWise Alliance. Here Ms. Hamilton talks about the Alliance's mission and the inaugural GridWise Global Forum.
Canada's Ministry of Natural Resources has unveiled the CanCO2, its new, mobile, carbon capture facility created by CanmetENERGY.
While Missouri may be a coal state, the Missouri Association of Accredited Energy Professionals (MAAEP), which represents professionals working in energy efficiency, also wants to make it an efficiency state.