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Now is Time for Mass. to Shine on Energy Policy

December 1 -- Following an editorial board meeting with officials of the New Bedford Wind Energy Center in October, it was impressed upon us how complicated it will be for the Legislature to construct a satisfactory replacement for the Clean Energy Resources Bill that failed at the close of the most recent session. >>View Article

Watson: Solar Energy Competes with Fossil Fuels

The vested interests that deny global warming or resist efforts to depend less on fossil fuels — oil, gas, coal, wood — have many advantages over those of us who advocate healthier, more sustainable approaches. >>View Article 

Wind Energy Dominates New U.S. Power In October

Wind power provided over two-thirds (68.41%) of new U.S. electrical generating capacity in October, according to the latest Energy Infrastructure Update report from the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC). >>View Article 

Solar Power Charging Ahead in America

DENVER — America is building so much solar power that 10% of the country's energy needs could be generated by the sun in 15 years, says a new study urging the country to keep looking skyward for energy solutions. >>View Article 

Don't End Rebates for Solar Panels

Today, the Florida Public Service will decide whether to essentially abandon making conservation, efficiency and renewable alternatives part of energy policy in the state. The state's four investor-owned utilities want a collective cut of more than 90 percent from even modest requirements. Predictably, the commission's staff agrees. >>View Article 

Plain Talk: Energy Loan Program a Big Success

National Public Radio's "Morning Edition" recently reported that the U.S. Department of Energy's loan program — the one that was vilified by congressional Republicans and the Koch brothers-financed Americans for Prosperity three years ago — is actually running in the black, making money for American taxpayers. >>View Article 

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