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Renewable Energy

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  • McAuliffe pitches energy plan

    McAuliffe pitches energy plan
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe pitched his all-of-the-above energy plan Tuesday to a joint gathering of business leaders and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters, and he won applause at several points for a promised turn toward conservation and renewable...
  • SolarCity offers bonds to public for first time in U.S.

    SolarCity offers bonds to public for first time in U.S.
    In an attempt to drive more consumers toward solar power, SolarCity is offering $200 million in solar bonds to the public, an option previously only available to institutional investors in the United States. The company, backed by Tesla CEO Elon Musk,...
  • Florida clean-energy jobs up, but lag other states

    Florida clean-energy jobs up, but lag other states
    Florida is adding clean-energy jobs but not at the pace of other states because it lacks policies used elsewhere to promote renewable energy and energy efficiency. That's the conclusion of a report released Wednesday that features the first...
  • Governor's power play

    The energy plan proposed earlier this month by Gov. Terry McAuliffe casts a wide net. The "all-of-the-above" strategy would see the commonwealth continue and expand production of legacy fuel sources including coal, natural gas and nuclear while...
  • Cutting greenhouse gas emissions should be our highest priority

    Thanks for your Tribune reporter Julie Wernau’s thorough and informative article on Clean Line Energy Partners and its plan to build transmission lines from the wind-rich Great Plains states to where electricity is needed, including Illinois...
  • Unlocking the potential of Great Plains wind power

    Julie Wernau’s story about new, privately funded power-line projects to unlock the potential of Great Plains wind power was fascinating. This is, in my view, an exciting development because it clears up one of the biggest bottlenecks in the growth...
  • Keep E15 optional in Chicago

    The idea of mandating the sale of E15 gasoline in Chicago is poor public policy. As the operator of five independent gas stations across the city of Chicago, my businesses would be negatively impacted by this mandate, and my customers would be harmed...
  • City Council to vote on watchdog measure, ballot questions

    City Council to vote on watchdog measure, ballot questions
    The Chicago City Council Wednesday is expected to approve expanding the authority of the city’s internal watchdog to the little-known Public Building Commission that spends hundreds of millions of dollars a year to build, rent and maintain...
  • Must Get To 100 Percent Renewable Energy Pronto

    I urge that President Obama not approve the Keystone XL pipeline and urge our president and our congressional delegation to call for a halt in Arctic and ocean oil drilling. Our dependence on fossil fuels is destroying this world for future generations...
  • Malloy Scores Points With Environmentalists While Foley Focuses On Other Issues

    HARTFORD — Since the start of this year, Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy has been scoring big points with Connecticut environmentalists. He's come down on the side of protecting glass eels, agreed to ban waste from natural gas fracking, backed clean...
  • Marilyn Hazelton: How I was changed by People's Climate March

    Increasingly, I have felt overwhelmed by news of droughts, tornadoes, tsunamis and hurricanes. Livelihoods and lives lost. Although the Lehigh Valley has not been severely affected, environmental news in other parts of the country and around the world has...