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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
The Institute for Energy Research (IER) released today a white paper entitled Evaluating Voluntary Consumer Adoption of Green Pricing Programs. The result of the analysis by IER policy experts examines information gathered from 31 utility companies
Appeals court ruling will allow wind energy from the northern Plains to reach population centers in the Midwest...The decision has been hailed as a victory for renewable energy.
Minn. (AP) A new Minnesota law requiring investor-owned utilities to get more of their electricity from solar power by the year 2020 means farms like the one Doug and Jane Popp own near Royalton are likely to become a more common sight. The Popps'
Minnesota's investor-owned utilities will be required to get 1.5 percent of their power from solar energy by 2020 under legislation signed by Gov. Mark Dayton . The solar energy standard also sets a statewide goal of reaching 10 percent by 2030. The
PHL renewable energy efforts still face huge hurdles analyst May 8, 2013 7:33pm Despite opportunities in renewable energy (RE) in the Philippines, foreign industry experts posed several challenges to the development of the sector particularly in
The bill requires Colorado's rural cooperative electric associations to get 20 percent of their energy from renewable sources by 2020, up from 10 percent. The standard would still be below that already required by investor-owned utilities, which
Font Resize The Denver Post A Democratic bill doubling the renewable energy standard for rural electric co-ops has turned into one of the most contentious measures of the 2013 session. Lawmakers say no other bill even gun legislation has been debated