Attacks against solar across the country by utilities such as Duke need to be rejected pure and simple. These efforts would take us backward.
Americans are looking to clean renewable energy because it provides so many of the solutions people are looking for—jobs, environmental protection, reliability, security.
Electric cars are a key part of our longer-term strategy to cut carbon and smog-forming pollutants.
2014 promises to be a banner year for solar in New York, based in part upon expansion of the NY-Sun program.
President Obama paid a visit to North Carolina this week in a nod to its developing cleantech economy.
To be clear, incandescents are not disappearing at the first of the year — they’re just getting more efficient.
Let’s demand a holiday miracle from Congress: swift action before the New Year to extend the federal tax credits for renewable energy.
Genworth, the large private mortgage insurance firm spun-off from General Electric, now offers a discount for buyer of energy efficient houses.
The Canadian province of Ontario has a good news story that shows important leadership in tackling climate change.
Clean energy doesn’t have to be a niche market that governments help out while still subsidizing and supporting coal, oil and gas.
Electric cars have a long way to go, with only about 150,000 on the road today. But all the signs of approaching a tipping point are there.