Down in oil country, the city of Houston says it will boost its renewable energy purchasing to a nation-leading 50 percent of demand.
New Jersey’s republican governor signs on to a bill that’s intended to keep the state rolling along as a U.S. leader in solar power installations.
No, Lord & Taylor didn’t build a wind power plant or put turbines on store roofs to claim it’s powered by wind. It relied on the power of renewable energy credits.
EarthTechling columnist Susan Kraemer says a landmark clean energy law is now driving an incredible $1 billion investment in renewable energy in Connecticut.
Renewable energy credits, which can be sold back to utilities, are helping more North Carolinians afford rooftop solar power systems.
Seattle-based OneEnergy Renewables is bringing the market for renewable energy credits back down to earth, one community-based REC-financed project at a time.
Thanks to major purchases of RECs and other eco investments, Google and Ingram Micro have been named among the top 50 green power purchasers by the EPA.