Join the Revers Center for Energy for two upcoming events: Blockchain & Energy 101 and Power & Utilities 101! Blockchain & Energy 101 February 24, 2021 @ 12 p.m. Join the Revers Center for Energy and the Center Digital Strategies for a discussion about Blockchain, with an emphasis on:
· What is blockchain and […]
Wyldon King Fishman
The 2020 New York State Renewable Energy Summit ended with a mission statement: “Does your town have an energy plan?”
All the solar installers agreed New York State could install far more renewable energy if the barriers would fall a bit rather than creep up and up as they have over the […]
The Community Power Law, signed by Governor Sununu in 2019 with bipartisan support, enables cities and towns to choose where their electricity comes from. This law holds potential for communities to save on energy costs, increase local control and resilience, and generate more renewable energy.
Eversource is now pushing for legislation (House Bill 315) that […]
In his annual budget address, Governor Phil Scott today proposed a range of clean energy investments to lower energy burdens and climate pollution while supporting Vermont’s economy. The Governor’s climate economy proposals include $10 million toward an initiative to bring local, renewable energy to those with low and moderate incomes, $5 million to accelerate […]
TAKING THE INITIATIVE: Carl Pope’s Blog
Senate Gridlock Can’t Stop America’s Clean Energy Revolution
In naming former Secretary of State John Kerry to become America’s global climate czar, President-elect Joe Biden is wasting no time making emissions reduction a top White House priority. Political observers are already gaming how […]
The Baker-Polito Administration awarded $250,000 in grants to support the development of clean energy projects in 20 cities and towns across Massachusetts. The grants, funded by the Department of Energy Resources’ (DOER) Municipal Energy Technical Assistance (META) program, are used by Massachusetts municipalities, regional school districts, and water/wastewater districts to aid in the management of […]
The San Juan Generating Station is closing down. At its peak, it had a capacity of 1,848 MW. Photo: Wikipedia.
Every month or so, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) publishes its estimates of short-term changes in the energy markets. Among its data is a table showing its expectations of […]
Latest FERC Data For First Half Of 2020:
Renewables Are 57.1% Of New U.S. Generating Capacity
Renewables Are Sole Source Of New Capacity In June Over The Next Three Years,
Renewables Will Add Over 56,000-MW Of New Capacity
Wind And Solar Will Each Provide A […]
Clean Energy Report Identifies Continued Growth Through 2019 State cautions COVID-19 will have an impact for 2020 Montpelier, Vermont – The Vermont Public Service Department (PSD) announces the release of the 2020 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report, the seventh annual report describing the status and characteristics of Vermont’s clean energy industry. With pre-COVID total […]
Together, we stood up for solar rights — and we won! Thank you!
On July 16, 2020, FERC unanimously dismissed a petition to end net metering.
Anti-solar interests tried to deny solar owners fair compensation for the solar they produce.
But they had to go through us, and we won.
The New England Ratepayers Association […]