In the early 1980s, after an energy crisis that gripped the world, a Catholic priest in the Texas city of Lubbock took a stand for the environment.
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The US solar industry has welcomed the nomination of physicist Ernest Moniz as the country’s new Energy Secretary.
Congratulations to Gina McCarthy and Ernest Moniz on their respective nominations to lead the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).
Is it an example of corporations practicing responsible, cost-efficient environmental sustainability -- or a public relations exercise meant to help a fan base feel good about their sports team?
If investors merely went by labels in making buy-sell decisions, SolarCity would have been doomed by its name.
More than 3,000 Snohomish County PUD customers are supporting solar energy demonstration projects by participating in the utility’s voluntary Planet Power green energy program.
Georgia Power and Atlanta-based Solar Design & Development (SD&D) have collaborated to develop and install around the state a series of solar projects totaling 19 megawatts (MW) – Georgia Power's first retail utility-scale solar power development.
Nearly 30 states have passed legislation enabling commercial property assessed clean energy (PACE) programs. On June 12, Connecticut lawmakers voted to create the nation’s first statewide commercial PACE program.
The Long Island Power Authority approved a new program on Thursday to encourage developers to build medium-scale solar projects using a financing mechanism, the feed-in tariff, that has resulted in both booms and busts overseas.
Three solar power systems will help provide electricity for schools on Maryland's Eastern Shore.