- Two years after its creation, Virginia solar authority shows little progressDespite a rapid buildup of large solar arrays in Virginia, the state’s Solar Energy and Energy Storage Authority has been slow to target and act on opportunities that could advance smaller-scale systems. A 2015 law established the authority, and lawmakers and Gov.
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- This group thinks Trump hasn’t done enough to unravel environmental rules. Here’s its wish list.The activists gathered behind closed doors in a Houston hotel meeting room last week had long existed on the political fringe. They’d dismissed the science behind climate change, preached the virtues of fossil fuels and seethed about the Environmental Protection Agency’s power and reach.
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- Changing tides: Utilities and solarAn increasing number of U.S. utilities are embracing the low and predictable costs of utility-scale solar. But conflicts remain over distributed generation, and the real question is who will own the solar that is being built. Utility-scale solar plant operated by Duke Energy. Duke is one of many U.
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- A New Green Future Is Building on Lake ErieLorry Wagner has spent more than a decade attempting to convince the world that Cleveland has all the ingredients to be a giant in the world of renewable wind energy.
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- 2 Reasons Solar Is Booming in Trump Country: Price and Energy IndependenceWhen Brandon Presley was elected to the Mississippi Public Service Commission in 2007, he said, he couldn't have found a solar farm "with a SWAT team and a search warrant." A decade later, Mississippi is one of the fastest-growing solar markets in the United States, according to GTM Research.
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