Hawkeye State Legislators Pushing Energy Storage Tax Credits

The current population of the “Hawkeye State,” Iowa is approximately 3.17 million people. In March 2019, state utilities used renewable…

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Coal Is Under The Microscope In The Prairie State

The current population of the state of the “Prairie State,” Illinois is estimated to be 12.73 million people. In February…

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The Great Lakes State Giving Coal, The Cold Shoulder

The current population of the “Great Lakes State,” Michigan is estimated to be 10.02 million people. In February 2019, state…

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Louisiana’s Disappearing Coastline

The current population of Louisiana is estimated to be 4.68 million people. In February 2019, state utilities used natural gas…

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Taiwan’s Offshore Wind Projects

The Republic of China (Taiwan) currently has an estimated population of 23.75 million people. The power plants on the island…

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Rush To Harness America’s Wind

The price of fossil fuels (coal, oil and natural gas) has always been driven by supply and demand. The price…

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Tidal Energy, The Renewable Unicorn

Tidal energy is a form of hydropower that converts energy obtained from the tides into electricity. Island nations, like Japan…

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OFFSHORE WIND REVOLUTION

Winds offshore are stronger and more consistent than winds onshore. A wind turbine can generate 50% more electrical power with…

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More Utilities Turning Their Back on Coal

In June 2018, Consumers Energy announced a plan to stop using coal to generate electricity by 2040. Consumer Energy is…

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Will Solar Meet The Golden State’s Zero-Carbon Emission Goal?

The current population of the “Golden State,” California is estimated to be 40.01 million people. In December 2018, state utilities…

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