SUN DAY CAMPAIGN SOME HIGHLIGHTS FROM EIA’S LATEST “ELECTRIC POWER MONTHLY” REPORT (released April 25, 2023), https://www.eia.gov/electricity/monthly
Solar Was the Fastest Growing Source of Electricity in the U.S. in January-February 2023 The latest issue of EIA’s “Electric Power Monthly” report (with data through February 28, 2023) reveals that in the first two months […]
2023 MARKS TENTH YEAR IN A ROW THAT NHSAVES® UTILITY PARTNERS HAVE EARNED ENERGY STAR® SUSTAINED EXCELLENCE AWARD
NHSaves utility partners Eversource, Liberty, New Hampshire Electric Cooperative and Unitil have received the 2023 ENERGY STAR Partner of the Year—Sustained Excellence Award from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy. Though always […]
Babcock Ranch solar array. FPL image.
The sun doesn’t always shine, but so what?
It doesn’t prevent solar power and batteries from providing electricity 24/7 during a hurricane that shut down the grid in Florida. The big thermal plants just could not deliver electricity on the failed grid. […]
The Future of Energy Innovation
On Tuesday, May 24 from 2:00 – 4:30pm, the first annual Energy Innovation Conference will take place in Manchester, NH. This event is hosted by Clean Energy NH. Join CENH as they bring together energy network innovators and decision makers from across the […]
Burlington Mayor, Miro Weinberger, speaks at the Net-Zero Energy Revenue Bond press conference on September 2, 2021. Standing in the background are (from L to R) Jennifer Green, City of Burlington Sustainability Director, Darren Springer, BED’s General Manager, Emily Stebbins-Wheelock, BED’s Manager of Strategy and Innovation, James Gibbons, BED’s Director of Policy and […]
Hanover, New Hampshire, has a Community Power Electric Aggregation Plan up for a vote at town meeting on Tuesday, July 13. This is an important issue, but it is not hard to understand. You can learn about it at the website of Sustainable Hanover, HERE.
Article #18 on the warrant for the 2021 […]
This week, Governor Scott unveiled his Administration’s proposal for how to spend the $1 billion in federal funds coming into Vermont as a result of the American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA). The proposal includes spending $200 million on critical climate and clean energy initiatives including weatherization and electrifying our heating and transportation systems, among […]
ExxonMobil oil refinery in Louisiana. Photo by WClarke, Wikimedia Commons. CC-BY-SA 4.0 http://bit.ly/38OKcvg
In 1999, Exxon and Mobil merged to form ExxonMobil. The company, often still referred to as Exxon, has a history of scandals whose origins go back to the 1970s or earlier.
In October, 2020, yet another Exxon came […]
Renewable energy and battery storage lead the country’s new energy production
We have stunning news from the U.S. Department of Energy’s Energy Information Administration (EIA). Admittedly, you have to look beyond the fluff to see it, but it is stunning nevertheless.
About two […]