Category Archives: State policy
New data released by the Yale Program on Climate Communication and summarized by Nadia Popovich, John Schwartz and Tatiana Schlossberg in the New York Times gives a detailed view of public opinion on global warming. Spoiler alert: Americans believe in global warming, but aren’t … Continue reading
So much depends on Ohio’s embattled energy standards. So, why have valuable renewable and energy efficiency mandates been frozen until at least 2016? Inside the fight for a greener Ohio.
The CEO of Praxia Partners, our parent company, has submitted testimony to the Public Utility Commission of Washington, DC in opposition to the Exelon-Pepco merger. As Joe Recchie states, the current terms of the merger do not guarantee a stable … Continue reading
In one of our partner cities, Washington, D.C; the Illinois based utility Exelon is trying to buy the regional utility, Pepco. While we at CRE support business, and understand why Pepco and Exelon would want such a deal, the reality … Continue reading
Net metering– which makes the “meter run backward”– is one of the best aspects of the renewable energy revolution. We take a moment to look at Ohio’s policy.
On Praxia Partners’ blog, we cover how veterans are fighting back against attempts to weaken Ohio’s clean energy standard.
A great article called “On Rooftops, a Rival for Utilities” in the New York Times describes how large utility companies are attempting to eliminate clean energy incentives. It seems the days of dismissing solar power as a fad are long … Continue reading
The Baltimore and DC-based Renewable Energy Corporation focuses on the Mid-Atlantic region, so they produced a “Solar Smackdown” contrasting solar power use and job creation in Maryland and Virginia.
Climate Desk has created a way to visually explore state-by-state renewable power use based on recent statistics compiled by the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The statistics indicate how influential state policy is on renewable energy consumption.