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Renewable Northwest: 2019 Summer Internship

Renewable Northwest is now accepting applications for their 2019 Summer Internship: Renewable Energy Policy Research. Due date is March 25th. This intern will research dual-use solar and agriculture and existing policy drivers around the country to produce a written report and presentation for use in solar policy advocacy and education in Oregon and Washington. The […]

Register Now: Symposium on Energy in the 21st Century

Fifteenth Annual Symposium on Energy in the 21st Century ELECTRIFICATION and CLIMATE CHANGE Transportation, Energy Storage, Integrating Renewables into Grid Energy Innovations Around the World April 12, 2019 ONLY THREE WEEKS LEFT TO REGISTER for this outstanding Symposium!! Speakers and Panel: JEFF LOGAN, Special Adviser to the IPCC Special Report on Renewable Energy. NREL JOHN […]

Strong Growth in Renewable Energy Generation in 2018

Renewables Poised to Overtake Nuclear Power in 2019 or 2020

Sun Day Campaign

On March 4, 2019, an analysis by the SUN DAY Campaign was made available regarding the latest data released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA). The data confirms continued strong growth in electrical generation by renewable energy sources (e.g., biomass, geothermal, […]

Vermont Businesses Cut Carbon Output and Costs

2018 and 2017 Innovation Projects Offset 200 Million Pounds of Carbon

New greenhouse lights were installed at Long Wind Farm in Thetford, VT where tomatoes are grown all year. This project helps to reduce Long Wind Farm’s carbon footprint. Image: Green Mountain Power.

Green Mountain Power’s Business Innovation Team is helping Vermont […]

Baker-Polito Administration Announces $2.8 Million in Matching Funding for Renewable Heating Infrastructure

Projects to Increase Availability of Renewable Heating Fuels BOSTON – The Baker-Polito Administration today awarded five grants totaling $2,889,285 to Massachusetts businesses to fund infrastructure projects to increase the availability of low-carbon, renewable heating fuels. The grants, funded by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER), are part of the Renewable Thermal Infrastructure Grant Program, […]

Help VT Reach 100% Renewable Energy by 2030

BRIEF NEWS UPDATE: FERC Data Suggest New Renewable Capacity Could Be 4x Greater Than Fossil Fuels by 2021

SUN DAY CAMPAIGN

NOTWITHSTANDING A STRONG SHOWING BY NATURAL GAS IN 2018,

FERC REPORTS NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY CAPACITY COULD QUADRUPLE THAT OF FOSSIL FUELS

OVER NEXT THREE YEARS

Contact: Ken Bossong, 301-270-6477 x.6

Washington DC – According to an analysis by the SUN […]

Parking Lot Solar – a Great Solution for Our Region

Vermont’s largest parking lot solar canopy , a 156kWp system, at the ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain. This is just part of what promises to be impressive work we will report on soon. Photo courtesy of ECHO, Leahy Center for Lake Champlain. Image courtesy of Encore Renewable Energy.

George Harvey

Sometimes […]

Holiday Hill Community Wind in Russell, Massachusetts

David Blittersdorf

David Blittersdorf, CEO of AllEarth Renewables, based in Williston, Vermont, announced the groundbreaking for the Holiday Hill Community Wind Project in Russell, Massachusetts. The two turbine, 5 MW project has broad local support and will be generating power for the surrounding Massachusetts communities by the summer of 2019. The project is […]

Renewable Energy for Massachusetts Farmers

Farms in the Pioneer Valley. Wikipedia.

George Harvey

On April 11, 2016, Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker signed the Solar Massachusetts Renewable Target (SMART) into law. It will provide incentives for 1,600 megawatts (MW) of solar photovoltaic installations under a rather complicated scheme. It was much awaited and finally went into effect on […]