How does a northern province become a solar and climate leader, despite one of the poorest solar resources in North America? Smart policy.
Articles by John Farrell
With a recent ruling, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission may have recently crashed one of the biggest gates to the cooperative clean energy party.
While utilities in US continue to imply that large-scale solar projects are more economical than small ones, the data is telling another story.
Will utility-owned rooftop solar add to or replace customer ownership of solar? And secondarily, is this a good deal for utility customers?
There are two key reasons why the city of Georgetown, Texas will be getting the equivalent of 100% of its electricity from renewable energy by 2017.
Today’s electricity system differs from this ill-fated ship in one key respect: we still have the power to avoid the collision.