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Critique of Planet of the Humans

We think this may be the best critique of Planet of the Humans we have see so far.

Thanks to Steven Strong for suggesting it.

Renewable Energy VT News: NERA & FERC

In April, a shadow group calling themselves the New England Ratepayer’s Association (NERA) filed a petition with FERC to eliminate state renewable energy policy and net metering as we know it. If you have not been following the case closely, see this overview factsheet from our friends at Vote Solar. In brief, NERA’s filing argues […]

REV Lunch-and-Learn: Workplace Safety & Best Practices in the Time of COVID-19

Join REV on Wednesday, May 13 @ 12:00 pm for a special Lunch-and-Learn Webinar – Workplace Safety Regulations & Best Practices in the Time of COVID-19.

Speakers: Deputy Secretary Ted Brady, Vermont Agency of Commerce and Community Development (ACCD) Dan Whipple, Program Manager, VOSHA About the Webinar:

As Governor Scott continues to relax […]

NY to Provide 0% Financing for Energy Efficiency Improvements and Renewable Energy Systems

NYSERDA and the Public Service Commission yesterday announced 0% financing to help stimulate energy efficiency improvements and renewable energy systems, including heat pumps (see the highlit section below) !

On March 27, 2020 over 800 individuals participated in a Webinar, jointly hosted by the Department of Public Service and the New York State Energy Research […]

OP-ED: Crisis = Change by David Blittersdorf, AllEarth Renewables

We are in the beginning of the largest crisis our world has seen in almost a century. COVID-19 has rapidly triggered a human health and economic disaster in our fragile modern society, the likes of which we have never experienced before.

Crises are chaotic and disruptive, but in every crisis there is opportunity for […]

New Solar, Wind & Hydro Capacity Additions Overwhelm Natural Gas in January-February; Renewables Will Provide Over 25% of U.S. Capacity Within Three Years

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LATEST FERC DATA SHOW NEW U.S. RENEWABLE ELECTRICAL GENERATINC CAPACITY

SWAMPING NATURAL GAS THUS FAR IN 2020 OVER THE NEXT THREE YEARS,

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NEW YORK STATE ANNOUNCES PASSAGE OF ACCELERATED RENEWABLE ENERGY GROWTH AND COMMUNITY BENEFIT ACT AS PART OF 2020-2021 ENACTED STATE BUDGET

Will Advance Renewable Energy, Drive Statewide Economic Growth and Create Jobs as Part of Governor Cuomo’s Nation-Leading Climate Agenda

New, First in The Nation Office Will Streamline Process for Environmentally Responsible and Cost-Effective Siting of Large-Scale Renewable Energy Projects Across the State

Establishes Critical Tools for Achieving the State Mandate to […]

BRIEF NEWS UPDATE: EIA’s Year-End 2019 Data

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EIA’s 2019 YEAR-END ENERGY REPORT:

DRIVEN BY STRONG SOLAR AND WIND GROWTH, U.S. PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF RENEWABLE ENERGY INCREASE SLIGHTLY IN 2019

CO2 EMISSIONS FROM ENERGY USE DIP AND FALL BACK TO 2017’s LEVEL

The production of domestic […]

A Vote for Sanders is a Vote for Our Renewable Future

by Paul Gipe, Feb. 12, 2020

This spring Germans will celebrate the 20th anniversary of a groundbreaking policy that launched a renewable energy revolution in the country. Critics at the time said it couldn’t be done. They were wrong. Today Germany produces nearly 50% of its electricity from wind, solar, and other renewables, creating hundreds […]

Register for the Upcoming Webinar on Hot Water Thermal Energy Storage

The Department of Energy’s Building Technologies Office (BTO), within the Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, is hosting a webinar entitled, “Thermal Energy Storage: Hot Water Thermal Energy” on Thursday March 19, 2020, at 3:00 PM E.T. This is the second webinar in a three-part webinar series designed to engage stakeholders to identify […]