The city of Atlanta’s Better Buildings Challenge has cut the use of energy in more than 450 buildings across the city by 20.3% — a goal originally set to be reached by 2020.
Hudson County, NJ has announced it will make critical improvements to buildings and infrastructure — energy efficient enhancements that will help modernize facilities and deliver long-term savings to the county and its residents.
Yesterday, San Jose leaders voted to adopt a new ordinance that requires all new construction of buildings to be electric.
Governor Ralph Northam has signed Executive Order 43, which establishes ambitious statewide goals and targets for clean energy deployment and expands upon the Commonwealth’s commitments to reduce our environmental impact, mitigate the impacts of climate change and boost the clean energy economy in Virginia.
The largest lithium-ion battery installation in New York State history has been completed. Utility-scale battery storage developer Key Capture Energy said that its 20-megawatt project in Saratoga County is ready to improve grid reliability.
The US wants to achieve energy dominance regardless of what happens to oil prices, according to Deputy Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette.
The Department of Energy proposed rollbacks to energy efficiency requirements for lightbulbs on Wednesday in a move that environmental groups estimate will cost American consumers and businesses billions of dollars.
Two more automakers are in talks with state officials about potentially joining California’s emissions plan, Governor Gavin Newsom said this week.
In the midst of continued reliance on coal, the Indian government has set a target to add 500 gigawatts of renewable energy capacity by 2030. The announcement came from a senior renewable energy ministry official.
The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) today joined major public interest groups urging the to overturn the Trump administration’s plan claiming to address climate change. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently finalized a plan that would fail to avoid a climate catastrophe.
If the group of US wind tower manufacturers pushing for steep export tariffs gets their way, wind projects could be negatively affected starting in 2020, according to a new report from Wood Mackenzie. The timing of the tariffs would problematic for the wind energy market as well, the analysis says.
A $287 billion bill to fund highway infrastructure improvements, including electric vehicle charging stations, received unanimous bipartisan support from the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee this week.