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Blog Dan Smith | April 24, 2018

Circumventing Policymakers: Voters in Three States to Consider RPS Ballot Initiatives

Over the past two decades, renewable portfolio standards (RPSs) have been among the most effective policies supporting the growth of…
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Blog Charity Sack | May 30, 2017

Construction of 6MW Solar Energy System in Danville, Virginia to Commence in August

Today, at a stop of Governor Terry McAuliffe’s Clean Energy Jobs tour, Kentuck Solar Project stakeholders announced that construction of…
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Blog Sara Rafalson | May 09, 2016

Ohio Tries to Freeze Its RPS…Again. Not Cool.

Late last month, Ohio state Senator Bill Seitz (R – Cincinnati) introduced legislation to extend the freeze on the state’s…
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Blog Jeffrey Popkin | July 02, 2015

Is DC’s Sustainable Energy Utility Sustainable?

The District of Columbia City Council is a tried and true champion of renewable energy development. Over the past decade,…
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Blog Sol Systems | April 25, 2012

Think Tanks Suggest Overhaul of Federal Subsidy Programs for Clean Tech Industry

After peaking in 2009 at $44.3 billion, Federal spending to support clean energy will decline precipitously between 2009-2014.  The main…
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Blog Anna Noucas | April 04, 2012

Maryland General Assembly on Track to Pass Legislation to Accelerate the State’s Solar RPS Requirement

Due to sun-setting Federal incentive programs for solar energy and the current structure of Maryland’s Renewable Portfolio Standard (RPS), Del.…
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Blog Sol Systems | March 17, 2011

Clean Energy Trends 2011 – Clean Edge: Solar is an Economic Powerhouse

Ten years ago, Clean Edge, a research and advisory company, published their first report on the clean energy industry. Recently…
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