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Small Power, Big Grid: Part 5

The Emerging Relationship between Distributed Energy Resources and the Transmission System

THE TRANSMISSION SYSTEM AND UTILITY BUSINESS MODEL REFORM: Avoiding road blocks

Ohio Senate Energy Bill Out Of Touch With Conservatives

Ohio Senator Bill Seitz is up to his old tricks again this week, circulating an amended version of SB 320, a dead on arrival bill (originally introduced–and je

Flint Funding Now

Congress’s utter disregard for the public health crisis in Flint is a national tragedy, as my colleague, Henry Henderson, pointed out yesterday.  

Clean Power Plan Comes to Court: What to Expect Next Tuesday

Next week the Clean Power Plan will have its day in court. On September 27th, 10 judges on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C.

Here Comes the Sun—NYC Sets Climate Week Solar, Storage Goal

Climate Week in New York City this week has offered governments, businesses, and advocates an opportunity to showcase their efforts and best ideas on climate and clean energy. Today, it’s the City itself that does a star turn.

California Plans to Give Millions to Water Wasters

California is in the midst of a fifth year of drought. More than 80 percent of the state is experiencing drought conditions, and nearly 34 million people are living in drought-afflicted areas.

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