Energy Democracy Media Roundup — Week of November 26, 2018

Date: 27 Nov 2018 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Over 200 mayors from all 50 states signed onto a letter calling for more solar power deployment. They cited the both economic and environmental benefits. Solar photovoltaic panels have declined in cost by 99% over the past few decades thanks to smart public policy. A new study illustrates the economic viability of Minnesota reaching its renewable energy goals by 2050. Plus, electric vehicles adoption is spreading in the central U.S.… Read More

Energy Democracy Media Roundup — Week of October 15, 2018

Date: 17 Oct 2018 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

Several states pushed ahead with ambitious renewable energy goals. In Arizona, regulators are planning to adopt an 80% clean energy plan while Minnesota adds an incentive to attract residential customers to community solar. Since 2008, at least 35 programs have been started nationwide to improve solar power access to low income communities. Plus, Massachusetts is ranked the most energy efficient state.… Read More

Energy Democracy Media Roundup — Week of October 1, 2018

Date: 2 Oct 2018 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

A new survey reveals the majority of U.S. voters think utilities should not be able to block residential solar. Microgrids are gaining traction in the midwest, starting with Illinois. In California, Los Angeles leads with the most clean-energy jobs in the nation. Kansas solar customers could see demand charges dwindle their cost savings.  Inside the Department of Energy, a small agency continues its pursuit of long-term energy storage.… Read More

Energy Democracy Media Roundup — Week of September 17, 2018

Date: 18 Sep 2018 | posted in: Energy | 0 Facebooktwitterredditmail

This week in Energy Democracy news: Community solar is making solar power more accessible to underserved communities. With the onset of Hurricane Florence, homeowners look to solar and storage instead of generators for backup power. In Arizona, voters will consider a 50% renewable energy ballot initiative come November. States struggle to find a replacement for net metering as rooftop solar expands. South Carolina considers extending net metering through March.… Read More

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