In some of the best news of an otherwise dismal week, California’s SBX1-2 has gotten the approval it needed from both the State Assembly (the equivalent of the Legislature) and t
Calls for the U.S. to institute a Renewable Energy Standard (RES) have come from corporations, politicians, and trade associations alike. However the RES proposed in legislation introduced in the Senate yesterday was not necessarily what these advocates had in mind.
Colorado recently instituted a very aggressive renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which makes the state's renewable energy growth potential monstrous.
Last month the Colorado State Senate passed a bill increasing the Colorado's RPS to 30% by 2020. Currently, the state only generates 6% of its electricity from renewable energy sources.
California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger announced the first comprehensive list of 244 proposed renewable energy projects that could produce up to 70,000 megawatts (MW) of clean energy annually, building on California’s aggressive renewable energy goals.