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.
Photon Consulting says to be wary as surging solar installations are leading to a fall in renewable energy credit prices in New Jersey and elsewhere.
Gmail is 80 percent more efficient than in-house email? That’s just one new green tidbit coming out of the Googleplex.
Intel will be purchasing 2.5 billion kilowatt hours of Renewable Energy Credits, offsetting 85% of its U.S. electricity needs, which is more than any other company.