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Solar-powered microgrids add climate resilience in rural Vermont communities

Green Mountain Power’s new “resiliency zone” initiative is using outage and other data to pinpoint places in need of local grid upgrades. Its first projects consist of microgrids that will power remote villages during outages.
Solar-powered microgrids…

11/30/22
                                                               

Climate tech accelerator aims to bridge gaps for Black and Brown entrepreneurs

The Massachusetts program is a collaboration between environmental justice group Browning the Green Space and Greentown Labs, one of the country’s leading cleantech incubators. Applications are open until Dec. 23.
Climate tech accelerator aims to bridge gaps…

11/29/22
                                                               

Why Ohio’s top oil and gas producing counties continue to lag in jobs

A decade into Ohio’s shale gas boom, seven Appalachian counties still have unemployment rates that exceed the state average. Experts and local sources suggested four reasons why fracking hasn’t closed the gap.
Why Ohio’s top oil and…

11/28/22
                                                               

Michigan regulators reject most of DTE’s rate increase following public pushback

Following an unprecedented public hearing, regulators largely agreed with critics’ assessment that the utility could be doing more with the money it has.
Michigan regulators reject most of DTE’s rate increase following public pushback is an article…

11/22/22
                                                               

State, federal solar incentives help Illinois feed mill slash energy costs

At a central Illinois feed mill, electricity from its rural electric co-op was exceeding grain costs as its biggest operating expense. With a new 3-megawatt solar array, the facility expects to reduce energy costs by about…

11/21/22
                                                               

Will Michigan seize historic chance to act on climate?

Now that Democrats have won control of state government, activists want to see action on environmental justice and climate issues.
Will Michigan seize historic chance to act on climate? is an article from Energy News Network,…

11/17/22
                                                               

California’s revised climate strategy relies on carbon capture

The new version of California’s climate plan sets a more stringent — some say unrealistic — target for cutting greenhouse gases. It also relies more on controversial carbon capture projects.
California’s revised climate strategy relies on carbon…

11/16/22
                                                               

Virginia solar developers say stormwater rules could wash away their margins

The state’s Department of Environmental Quality is reviewing proposed stormwater regulations that would treat ground-mounted solar arrays the same as parking lots, likely requiring developers to acquire more land.
Virginia solar developers say stormwater rules could wash…

11/15/22
                                                               

Montpelier leaders hope home energy reports will educate and inspire buyers

An ordinance that took effect July 1 requires home sellers to provide a report summarizing energy costs and opportunities for saving. City officials and real estate agents report few hiccups so far as most sellers are…

11/15/22
                                                               

After slow start, Massachusetts sees more interest in incentives to mix solar with farming

A program for projects that blend solar energy and agricultural production shows signs of finally gaining momentum.
After slow start, Massachusetts sees more interest in incentives to mix solar with farming is an article from Energy News…

11/14/22