Recent News

June 16, 2009

VIRGINIA – On May 8, Virginia’s State Corporation Commission adopted significant improvements to the state’s interconnection procedures. This order was published in the Virginia Register of Regulations on June 8. The procedures specify a three-tiered rule set covering all utilities,

June 16, 2009

VERMONT – The Vermont Energy Act, (H.B. 446) which was passed in May 2009 without Governor Douglas’ signature, included a provision for a Feed-in Tariff (FIT). The bill requires all Vermont retail electricity providers to purchase electricity generated by eligible

June 16, 2009

KANSAS – On May 22, Kansas Governor Mark Parkinson signed HB 2369, establishing a renewable portfolio standard and a state-wide net metering law. The bill’s approval came days after Kansas’ new governor reached a compromise with Sunflower Electric Power that

June 16, 2009

On April 30th, Governor John Baldacci of Maine signed a significant reform bill (LD 336) on net billing to allow for shared ownership, an increase in eligible system size to 660 kW, and to expand the eligible technology to include

June 10, 2009

The organizers of the third national conference on New Ideas in Educating a Workforce in Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency are pleased to announce that the preliminary program is now available. This workforce education conference will take place on November

June 03, 2009

Lately, it seems like it’s all Washington State renewable news, all the time. A slew of recently passed policies have the potential to dramatically increase solar energy’s presence in the State: Solar manufacturing tax incentive increase Production incentive cap raised;

June 03, 2009

NYSERDA has just released a new brochure showing energy efficiency and renewable energy training facilities in NYS. The brochure is well laid out, listing the current 32 facilities alphabetically, showing those that are currently offering clean energy training programs, as

May 20, 2009

Last week, the Sonoma County Energy Independence Program (SCEIP) celebrated the completion of the first energy project and financial award in its history. From application to payout, the entire process took less than six weeks (see Solar in Santa Rosa/Solar

May 20, 2009

How does something so unglamorous as, say, a state’s net metering and interconnection policies, normally of interest to a small group of people, become so sophisticated, so fashionable, so competitive? Since 2006, The Network for New Energy Choices (NNEC) has

May 19, 2009

You can download below a file with 2009 state reports on small wind programs and activities.

 

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