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Greetings From Hawaii, Where Utility Profit Depends on Performance — Episode 130 of Local Energy Rules
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell and guest Isaac Moriwake discu [...]
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30 Times More Jobs from Rooftop Solar, Utility Filing Says
Tucked into a proposal from Xcel Energy, the state's largest electric company, was a comparison of t [...]
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Renewable Energy Credit Pricing to Fall in New England with Push from Offshore Wind
While renewable energy credit (REC) pricing is currently strong across several New England states, d [...]
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Stored Energy from a Nissan Leaf Powers Historic Denver Building
The 40,000 square foot Alliance Center in Denver is installing a bidirectional electric vehicle char [...]
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A Portland Fund, Collected from Corporations, Finances Community Benefits
For this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, host John Farrell speaks with Jaimes Valdez abou [...]
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Atlas Air Uses Fuel Sourced from Vegetable Oil
Atlas Air Worldwide Holdings, Inc., a provider of outsourced aircraft and aviation operating service [...]
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From HOA Denial to Approval of Solar Panel Installation in Goshen, Indiana
I installed solar on my home this summer. It’s a great feeling. Our system is lowering our electri [...]
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Scientists Discover New Material That Could Capture 90% of CO2 Emitted from Industrial Sources
Scientists from ExxonMobil, University of California, Berkeley, and Lawrence Berkeley National Labo [...]
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At the Two-Year Mark, Key Takeways from the Minneapolis Clean Energy Partnership
Minneapolis garnered national attention when it formed a first-of-its-kind partnership with local ut [...]
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From the Editor: How Is the Pandemic Affecting Energy & Environmental Management?
Forgive me for stating the obvious, but the coronavirus pandemic has had a profound effect on the wa [...]
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Freeing Electric Cooperatives from Fossil Fuel Serfdom?
This week Ed Marston, former board member of the Delta-Montrose Electric Association in western Colo [...]
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Virginia passes law to prevent Homeowner Associations from blocking solar
Last week, the Virginia General Assembly passed legislation that prevents Homeowner Associations (HO [...]
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A welcome from Solar United Neighbors’ new Minnesota Program Director
New Minnesota Program Director Bobby King Hello. I’m Bobby King, Solar United Neighbors’ new Min [...]
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Virginia County Purchases Power from New ‘Amazon Arlington Solar Farm’
The Arlington County Board has approved a partnership with Dominion Energy Virginia to purchase powe [...]
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Three Big Energy Stories from 2019 with 2020 Implications
I am loathe to engage in lists, but year-end is a good time for reflection on big changes in the ene [...]
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From the Archive: Anya Schoolman, Executive Director of Solar United Neighbors
How did one group of neighbors from Washington, D.C., band together to advance clean energy locally [...]
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St. Louis to Build New Waste-to-Energy Plant, Will Divert 2,250 Tons of Trash Per Day from Landfills
St. Louis will soon be home to a new waste-to-energy plant that will divert approximately 2,250 tons [...]
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Small C&I Customers Losing Estimated Billions from Planned CA Outages
Losses for small commercial and industrial customers in the areas of California experiencing planned [...]
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A Massachusetts Town Realizes a Community Vision to Transition from Coal to Sol
In this episode of the Local Energy Rules podcast, John Farrell interviews Lena Entin about an inspi [...]
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From the Archive: A David and Goliath Fight to Tap World Class Solar
In this episode of Local Energy Rules, we revisit an earlier episode from our archives in which ILSR [...]
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