4 States That Secretly Have Big Clean Energy Policies

Key Takeaways: Nevada aims for aggressive 2030 targets Arkansas & South Carolina pass progressive clean energy legislation Maine unleashes wind potential and revamps net metering policy, States like California and New York tend to grab headlines when it comes to setting ambitious new climate targets or reporting growth in the renewables sector. Flying beneath the Read more →

Fact Checking Four Renewable Energy Myths

With any new technology or industry disruption there are myths that sprout up and need to be addressed. Here are explanations that dive deeper into four of the more prevalent renewable energy myths raised by those who are anti-renewable energy. (Yale Climate Connections, February 2019) Myth #1: Wind and solar are more expensive ways to Read more →

Renewable Energy Growth Trend Factors in 2019

Key Takeaways: Deloitte.com has released its 2019 Renewable Energy Industry Outlook Positive trends showing despite challenges down the road Three key trends are identified as part of the 2019 (and beyond) outlook The renewable energy growth trend in the energy sector continues despite the hurdle of new import tariffs. The costs of wind and solar Read more →

Companies Using Solar and Wind to Meet Clean Power Goals

Facebook, Amazon, and Anheuser-Busch continue to take significant steps to reach their clean energy goals. Read how these companies use solar and wind:   Facebook’s Utah Solar Project The Utah Solar Project of First Solar Inc. will deliver clean energy to Facebook’s Eagle Mountain Data Center in Utah via a power purchasing agreement with PacifiCorp’s Read more →