October 2 -- A coalition of Chamber of Commerce chapters want President Obama and GOP candidate Mitt Romney to take a pledge emphasizing federal support for the clean-energy industry. >>View Article
October 2 -- Proposal 3, the ballot initiative that would require Michigan utilities to generate 25 percent of their power from renewable sources by the year 2025, won't cost electric customers nearly as much as opponents say, according to a study released Tuesday morning. >>View Article
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
October 2 -- An open letter from Chambers for Innovation and Clean Energy presses President Obama and Governor Romney to recognize clean energy's economic value. >>View Letter
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
September 29 -- Speakers at the 5th annual >>View ArticleFinance Forum (REFF-West) focused on the major challenges facing the alternative and 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.
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
September 28 -- From biofuels that could propel the Navy’s Great Green Fleet to spending billions of dollars on renewable energy, the Pentagon’s green energy initiatives have emerged as a contentious topic in Washington. >>View Article
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September 27, 2012
Washington, DC – A large coalition of advanced and traditional renewable fuel stakeholders today joined forces to defend America's Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) and the economic, employment, domestic renewable energy and national security benefits the RFS provides. The new coalition, Fuels America, spans the full spectrum of domestically-grown renewable fuel, national security, renewable energy and other stakeholders.
September 26 -- This past weekend marked the opening of the largest wind farm in the U.S. -- a site that will power 235,000 homes. >>View Article
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