New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signs a big solar bill, demonstrating the bipartisan value in supporting renewables.
By identifying 17 sites in the West for solar installation, the government hopes to vastly increase the supply of renewable energy.
The barriers to cheap solar in the U.S. can be solved by policy, not technological, innovation. It's not too ambitious to assume the price of solar will keep falling.
How green is the All-Star Game? So green, even the red carpet is green.
A bill advancing through the California legislature would make it easy for anyone who pays a utility bill to become a solar customer.
Which is shifting the market for both.
If we're investigating every non-fruitful use of taxpayer money, then we must at once investigate the Solyndra investigation! To the Investigateocycle!
A study from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory demonstrates that an energy mix that is 80 percent renewable in 2050 could operate fine. If only we had the will to create it.
Two big announcements offer a mixed picture of how the nation plans to meet its energy needs.