The two most important lawmakers on energy policy this session are optimistic about passing clean energy legislation, especially when it comes to energy efficiency.
Massachusetts-based EnergySage announced the soft launch of its community solar marketplace earlier this month.
State regulators dealt a setback to solar developers last month, but some think it could become a blessing in disguise.
In Kansas and Missouri, critics say the “energy choice” legislation is in direct conflict with cities’ commitments to transition from fossil fuels.
A proposal by the state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority is designed to drive the deployment of 580 megawatts of energy storage capacity by 2030.
A group of clean energy, business, and public health advocates are pressing the state to adopt California’s rules to cut auto emissions and boost electric vehicle sales.
After considering municipalization, Ann Arbor officials are instead working with local lawmakers on a bill to authorize community choice aggregation.
The International Code Council is set to consider a proposal that would strip public sector members of their voting rights on updates to influential model building energy code.
After backing competing clean energy bills, solar advocates and developers have reportedly united behind a small, short-term funding extension proposal.
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Arlington County, Virginia, will cover at least 80% of electricity for its operations from a 120-megawatt solar farm that it will share with Amazon.