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From an environmental perspective, few things threaten our nation's future prosperity more than climate change.
Benjamin Franklin once said, "half the truth is often a great lie." Keep that in mind when you read a recent report prepared for the Edison Electric Institute (EEI) about Germany's experience with renewable energy, including solar power.
With the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issuing its first-ever rule limiting carbon pollution from existing power plants, many policymakers in Congress and state capitals are wondering: How can states meet the proposed standards m
In a deeply troubling June decision, the US Department of Commerce imposed new tariffs on solar modules from China that threaten to derail the rapid growth of the US solar industry.
A federal court upheld in its entirety the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) electric grid planning rule known as Order 1000. The unanimous decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C.
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PHOTON International - One of the most inefficient uses of time right now is trying to figure out why Congress can't pass new energy efficiency legislation, which is widely supported by both Republicans and Democrats.
PHOTON International - In 1970, the first ever Earth Day was held to demonstrate broad global support for environmental protection. At the time, the world's population stood at 3.63 billion people.