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South Carolina's Future Is Blowing In The Wind

October 3 -- With apologies to Bob Dylan, a big part of our state’s energy and economic future is literally blowing in the wind. The question is, will we harness this wind to blow us toward a better future, or will our political leadership just blow this opportunity. >>View Article

US Military Support For Solar Energy

October 3 -- In a heated election season, many US voters see solar and renewable energy as a partisan debate. They shouldn’t. Case in point: the US military. The US Department of Defense, the world’s largest energy consumer, realized early on that renewables decrease US reliance on foreign oil and save taxpayers’ money. >>View Article

Wind-Energy Credit Critical For Nevada

September 28 -- Thirty years ago, President Gerald Ford stated that “compromise is the oil that makes governments go.” Oil, in a literal sense, was what brought President Ford and me together for the first time. >>View Article

Understanding The Context Of Renewable Energy Today

September 29 -- Speakers at the 5th annual Renewable Energy Finance Forum (REFF-West) focused on the major challenges facing the alternative and clean energy landscape in the U.S. The conference was held in San Francisco, CA on September 27 - 28 and drew senior financiers, investors and clean energy executives from North America, including the private sector, government, and various players in the industry. >>View Article

Michigan's Enegy Plan

September 29 -- Michigan and Ohio may soon be facing off on the regional electric grid, where power generated by utilities in each state gets distributed. >>View Article

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