Once, Solyndra was going to make clean energy an albatross for President Obama. But with wind the focus, everything seems to have changed.
U.S. wind power reaches 50 gigawatts in generating capacity and a conservative Republican from Iowa becomes the loudest voice for extending the industry’s key subsidy.
The U.S. Department of Energy highlights how a small college and town in Iowa have partnered to bring energy efficiency and clean energy to the local community.
In the swing state of Iowa, a Republican congressman urges Mitt Romney to “reevaluate” his firm opposition to the production tax credit for wind.
Midwest Energy News reports on how a new tax credit in Iowa could help in the growth of that state’s geothermal heating and cooling industry.
GE had lots of good news to report at Windpower 2012, but the company is preparing for a rough post-PTC future for it and its supply chain.
Under a new law, Iowa homeowners will be eligible for a tax credit of up to $3,000 when they install a solar power system.