California Hit 2020 Emissions Reduction Goal Four Years Early – Here’s How

California Hit 2020 Emissions Reduction Goal Four Years Early – Here’s How

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) found that greenhouse gas pollution in California in 2016 fell below the emissions target set for 2020, meaning the state has met its goal four years early. Under a bill passed in 2006, the state needed to lower emissions to the 1990 level of 431 million metric tons by 2020.

3 Strategies To Get Local Utilities Moving on Renewables

3 Strategies To Get Local Utilities Moving on Renewables

Kevin Haley, program manager of the Rocky Mountain Institute’s Business Renewables Center, shares three strategies to spur utilities to act faster on renewables in states without a wholesale energy market.

Corporations Seek Expanded Transmission for Renewables in US

Corporations Seek Expanded Transmission for Renewables in US

Major corporations are requesting expanded transmission lines in the United States that can deliver renewable power to their facilities. Leaders from General Motors and Walmart told Bloomberg Environment this week that they need the new transmission in order to meet their ambitious goals, and to … Read more…

Goldman Sachs Signs Long-term PPA, Predicts Mega Renewables Growth in Europe

Goldman Sachs Signs Long-term PPA, Predicts Mega Renewables Growth in Europe

Goldman Sachs has signed a long-term power purchase agreement with a subsidiary of NextEra Energy Resources to build a 68-MW wind farm in Pennsylvania. The move – moving Goldman Sachs closer to its goal of using 100% renewable energy – comes at a time when … Read more…

Silicon Valley Implementing Community Choice Energy Program

Silicon Valley Implementing Community Choice Energy Program

  Next month, businesses and consumers in South Bay communities in California automatically will be enrolled in Silicon Valley Clean Energy’s (SVCE) GreenStart, a clean energy startup that will piggyback on PG&E infrastructure.   Two tiers of service will be available to the communities, according to The … Read more…

New York Moves to Update Its Grid

New York Moves to Update Its Grid

The New York Independent System Operator (NYISO) has released a five-year timeline for reshaping the state’s grid. “The Distributed Energy Resources Roadmap,” according to The Times Union, is part of the state’s Reforming the Energy Vision (REV) program. Grids today are one-way affairs in which a … Read more…

Adara Power Partners with Aquion Energy on Energy Storage

Adara Power Partners with Aquion Energy on Energy Storage

The development of energy storage capabilities is a key to the continued growth of the renewable energy sector. Solar and wind are inconsistent sources of energy and, for renewables to thrive, ways must be found to store energy for when it is needed. Last week, … Read more…

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