Pa. must modernize its approach to clean energy – or risk falling further behind | Opinion
By failing to embrace clean energy, Pa. decision-makers are depriving the commonwealth of an economic windfall.
Report: Many utilities are slow-walking clean energy goals
Overall, 56 percent of the utilities examined improved their scores, 9 percent made no progress and 35 percent got worse grades.
Sheep among the panels: Using solar sites for pastureland
Solar grazing has blunted the concerns of those rattled by the conversion of farmland to energy production
Backlog hampers renewable energy projects, industry group says | Five for the Weekend
The AEE release argues that energy projects are getting stuck waiting - sometimes years - for approval by PJM Interconnection LLC, a Norristown-based regional electricity transmitter, that signs off on all regional energy projects needing to connect to the grid.
Offshore wind industry leaders ask Congress to back long-term plans to increase production
“The U.S. offshore wind industry is a game changer for renewable energy and our efforts to combat climate change,” U.S. Rep. Mike Doyle, D-18th District, said.
With wind and solar potential, Pennsylvania should lead toward renewable future | Opinion
There are several actions that our elected officials in Harrisburg can take to lean into clean energy during the current legislative session in the state Capitol.
The U.S. electric power sector is halfway to zero carbon emissions | Analysis
Renewable energy’s rapid growth is accelerating a national shift to a carbon-free electric power system.
Here’s how Pa.’s clean energy businesses are poised to grow a local energy economy | Opinion
For more than a decade, Pennsylvania has sat on the sidelines as neighboring states enjoy the benefits of the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI).
Pa. lawmakers should consider this Senate alternative to a nuke bailout | Opinion
While it’s true that nuclear generation doesn’t emit greenhouse gases, there are several important reasons why I feel this is the wrong way to go.