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Bloomberg: Wind-Produced Hydrogen Could Significantly Lower GHGs

The falling cost of making hydrogen from wind and solar power offers a promising route to cutting emissions in some of the...

Grid Challenge Winners Add Renewables to New York’s Grid

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) has awarded five winning teams under the first two rounds of the Future Grid...

Altius Renewable Finances Apex Clean Energy

Altius Minerals Corp. says its subsidiary, Altius Renewable Royalties Corp. (ARR), has entered into an initial $35 million royalty financing agreement with...

Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance Names 2019’s Top 10 Energy Buyers

The Renewable Energy Buyers Alliance (REBA) has released its Deal Tracker, which highlights 2019’s top 10 large energy buyers.

GWEC Names New Senior Advisor

Dana R. Younger, a renewable energy finance specialist, has joined the Global Wind Energy Council (GWEC), a member-based organization that represents the...

Not So Fast: Maryland House Overrides Governor’s Veto On Clean Energy Jobs Act

The Maryland House has overridden Gov. Larry Hogan’s veto of the Clean Energy Jobs Act of 2016, legislation that would boost the state’s renewable...

How Will BLM’s Final Rule On Renewables Impact Wind Energy?

In support of the president’s Climate Action Plan, Secretary of the Interior (DOI) Sally Jewell has announced that the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) finalized...
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Senator’s Ambitious Legislation To Shoot For 100% Renewables In U.S.

Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., has announced a plan to introduce new legislation that would require 100% of U.S. energy to come from renewable sources by...

This Year’s Clean Energy Investment Unlikely To Reach 2015’s Record

Clean energy investment in the second quarter (Q2) totaled $61.5 billion - approximately 12% above the Q1 2016 figure but 32% below a very strong outturn of...

Report Says Renewables Will Beat Coal, Gas With Lowest Electricity Costs

Low prices for coal and natural gas are likely to persist, but they will fail to prevent a fundamental transformation of the world electricity...