Is “Big Oil” Getting Greener?

The Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI) is an organization of thirteen of the world’s largest oil and gas companies.…

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U.S. Utility To Eliminate All Fossil Fuel Power Plants

American utility, Xcel Energy Inc. has announced the company will eliminate all fossil fueled power plants by 2050. Xcel Energy…

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Revolutionary Energy Storage System

Intermittent renewable energy sources, wind and solar can generate electricity for less money ($/kWh) than any form or fossil fuel…

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Grading Each State’s Greenness

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) has released a rating for each U.S. state’s renewable energy programs. The IREC is…

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Denmark’s Plan To Super Charging Electric Vehicles

The Kingdom of Denmark’s current population is approximately 5.76 million people. The power plants in Denmark use renewable energy (64.4%)…

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Portland’s Renewable Energy Vision, Commitment or Humbug?

On June 1, 2017, Portland’s City Council unanimously approved Resolution 37289, committing our city to meet 100 percent of our…

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New Jersey’s Clean Energy Program

Public Service Electric and Gas Company (PSE&G) is proposing to spend $4.1 billion on clean energy program in the state…

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Impact of Electric Vehicles on the Grid

In 2017, approximately 200,000 new electric vehicles (EVs) were purchased in the United States. The American Automobile Association (AAA) reports…

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United Kingdom’s Electric Vehicle Movement

Over 3.5 million diesel fueled vans are now operating in the United Kingdom. The Clean Van Commitment (CVC) is the…

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New York Offshore Wind Update

The state of New York has announced the tender process to acquire approximately 800 MW capacity from offshore wind projects…

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