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CleanTechLaw · 2h ago

New Bipartisan Legislation Would Repeal Trump’s Solar Tariffs

“I don’t know what good can possibly come as a consequence of stifling the growth of solar power.” A bipartisan group of lawmakers has introduced legislation that would throw out Trump admin...
CleanTechLaw · 20h ago

Mexico Grows as World Leader on Energy Reform and Renewables

Mexico’s liberalized energy markets present huge potential for wind and solar. But how do Mexico’s reforms fit into the wider energy picture? By the end of 2018, Mexico's oil and gas industr...
CleanTechLaw · 20h ago

Wind Forecast: Doubling Global Capacity by 2027 Will Be a Breeze

MAKE predicts 65 gigawatts more wind per year over the coming decade.Global wind capacity is set to double by 2027, driven by a rush to capture tax subsidies in the U.S., the rise of emergin...
CleanTechLaw · 4d ago

America Leads Global Energy Storage Development, But China’s Catching Up

A look at how energy storage is expanding across the world. Energy storage has gone global, but in a lumpy and heterogeneous way.That's the upshot of new report on worldwide storage deployme...
CleanTechLaw · 5d ago

The US Wind Sector Toasts Trump’s New Love of Offshore

The Secretary of Interior said offshore wind will play “a big role” in energy policy. The U.S. wind industry is celebrating after the Trump administration last week appeared to lend wholehea...
CleanTechLaw · 6d ago

Australian Utility Explores Solar-Plus-Storage and Demand Response for Substation Deferral

Evoenergy is exploring numerous ways to manage demand through virtual power plants. Australian utility Evoenergy is carrying out one of the most comprehensive demand management trials ever i...
CleanTechLaw · 1w ago

New Jersey Passes Nuclear Subsidies, Boosts Renewables Target to 50%

The RPS bill includes a 2 gigawatt energy storage target and sets higher goals for solar. The nuclear bill includes a lot of controversy. The New Jersey state legislature passed three bills ...
CleanTechLaw · 1W ago

Illinois Case Could Help Other Utilities Seeking to Fund Microgrids

A recent Illinois decision could make it easier for utilities else where to pass costs for microgrid projects on to ratepayersEnergy experts and consumer groups are monitoring the recent Ill...
CleanTechLaw · 1W ago

Trump Targets Chinese Wind, Battery and EV Imports, With Limited US Impact

Solar products were not included on the administration’s list of products that could be subject to new tariffs. The U.S. solar industry breathed a sigh of relief yesterday when Chinese-made ...
CleanTechLaw · 1W ago

Why the Northeast Could Soon Rival California on Energy Storage

Experts say a recent FERC decision and falling prices are creating an opportunity for Northeast states to aggressively adopt energy storage.While California and other solar-heavy states are ...