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Northern Nevada customers of the state's largest utility now have the option of getting all their electricity from renewable sources for a price. NV Energy Inc. announced residential, commercial and industrial customers can opt to get 50 percent or
In a bold move being closely watched by utilities, environmentalists and the clean technology industry, California adopted the nation's first energy storage mandate for utilities Thursday. State regulators with the California Public Utilities
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to promote greater use of renewable energy in California while allowing for changes in how consumers pay for electricity. The Democratic governor said in a signing message Monday that AB327 will provide "
Renewable energy counts among the most expensive sources of electricity in the United States, yet it is the only source that is growing...When we consider both their electricity and tax bills, therefore, U.S. citizens are being dunned an extra $50 to
Secret Ingredients for California's Renewables Recipe California brought new meaning to its "green" reputation this summer when renewables electricity generation hit an all-time high. Here are the top three ingredients in the state's recipe for
Renewable Energy Credits for its Ohio utilities Ohio Edison, Cleveland Electric Illuminating and Toledo Edison to help meet 2013 renewable energy targets established under Ohio's alternative energy.
The map below, courtesy of AllianceBernstein , will give you an idea as it shows renewable energy portfolio targets across the country. States invest in renewables to decrease their carbon output and their dependence on oil, coal, and natural gas.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) is expected to propose more ambitious targets for renewable energy use in a speech on climate change on Thursday. Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley (D) will propose more ambitious targets for renewable energy use in a
But those members, who were named Tuesday by Gov. John Hickenlooper a day after that new law went into effect, are cognizant that opponents to it have serious concerns. The new law was the result of SB252 approved by the Colorado Legislature earlier
L a Plata Electric Association board members Wednesday whittled away, giving shape to a monolith known as the Long Term Alternative Energy Plan. They're getting near to a final shape, but there were too many could-be, maybe or might issues Wednesday