State green banks are some of the most powerful tools for mobilizing new sources of public and private capital into emerging and necessary clean energy projects.
A new green industrial revolution—driven by a variety of concerns and opportunities—is gathering steam across the globe, but are we leading in it or following?
Rooftop solar is not just being adopted by the wealthy; it is, in fact, mostly being deployed in neighborhoods where median income ranges from $40,000 to $90,000.
The IPCC now says we are as certain that humans are dramatically changing the planet’s climate as we are that smoking causes cancer.
Here are 10 truths which need to be considered by Congress this week at a long overdue hearing on climate change.
The U.S. Department of the Interior is halfway to a new renewable energy on federal lands goal, but hurdles still remain.
Efficiency investments in particular have a highly localized impact on job creation and the building of economically and environmentally sustainable communities.
There are two main reasons we should use federal credit to support clean energy: It is a good deal for taxpayers, and it targets a specific challenge that is holding back clean energy deployment.
President Obama has an ambitious plan for clean energy and energy efficiency in federal buildings.
By innovating, engineering, and manufacturing clean energy technologies, the United States can create good jobs for the middle class and fight climate change.
A proven energy technology with a 30-year track record, concentrating solar power is a promising clean electricity source ripe for development in the United States.