The Baker-Polito Administration awarded $250,000 in grants to support the development of clean energy projects in 20 cities and towns across Massachusetts. The grants, funded by the Department of Energy Resources’ (DOER) Municipal Energy Technical Assistance (META) program, are used by Massachusetts municipalities, regional school districts, and water/wastewater districts to aid in the management of […]
The San Juan Generating Station is closing down. At its peak, it had a capacity of 1,848 MW. Photo: Wikipedia.
Every month or so, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) publishes its estimates of short-term changes in the energy markets. Among its data is a table showing its expectations of […]
Latest FERC Data For First Half Of 2020:
Renewables Are 57.1% Of New U.S. Generating Capacity
Renewables Are Sole Source Of New Capacity In June Over The Next Three Years,
Renewables Will Add Over 56,000-MW Of New Capacity
Wind And Solar Will Each Provide A […]
Clean Energy Report Identifies Continued Growth Through 2019 State cautions COVID-19 will have an impact for 2020 Montpelier, Vermont – The Vermont Public Service Department (PSD) announces the release of the 2020 Vermont Clean Energy Industry Report, the seventh annual report describing the status and characteristics of Vermont’s clean energy industry. With pre-COVID total […]
Together, we stood up for solar rights — and we won! Thank you!
On July 16, 2020, FERC unanimously dismissed a petition to end net metering.
Anti-solar interests tried to deny solar owners fair compensation for the solar they produce.
But they had to go through us, and we won.
The New England Ratepayers Association […]
Hyperion Executive Search Surveyed Impact of COVID-19 on Cleantech
AUSTIN – Results from a recent survey conducted by Hyperion Executive Search, a global talent acquisition company that works exclusively with clean energy and e-mobility, found that despite COVID-19, most cleantech companies plan to expand in 2020. Sixty one percent (61%) of the cleantech […]
Today, June 9, 1:30 – 2:30
REV invites you to join tomorrow’s town hall meeting with Congressman Peter Welch.
Discussion will focus on ways that Congress can support the clean energy sector with specific stimulus and efficiency bills, and with more flexible state and local aid. The session also provides an opportunity […]
We hope you can join REV next Tuesday, March 31 @ 12:30 pm for a conversation with GMP about energy and climate resilience.
Brian Otley, Senior Vice President & Chief Operating Officer, GMP Josh Castonguay, Vice President, Chief Innovation Officer, GMP Olivia Campbell Andersen, Executive Director, REV
GMP recently filed […]
February 28, 2020 | By Mike Henchen and Sherri Billimoria
A prolonged battle over a natural gas pipeline in New York is presenting state officials with a critical decision point and an opportunity to establish themselves as national leaders in climate action. In contrast to utility National Grid’s proposal to build a $1 billion gas […]
Let Governor Cuomo and the Public Service Commission Know We Expect them to Serve the Public’s Interest and Protect the Planet PSC Meeting, Thursday, January 16th
As the climate emergency heats up worldwide, the NYS Public Service Commission will decide whether to approve the Joint Proposal for the Con Ed rate case. […]