Yesterday, the White House hosted a Clean Energy Investment Summit where Vice President Biden highlighted more than $4 billion in pledges from major foundations and long -term investors to fund climate change solutions.
In early June 2015, the UK Department for Energy & Climate Change (“DECC”) was expected to announce plans to close the existing subsidy scheme for onshore wind, the Renewables Obligation (“RO”), to new generating capacity a year earlier than expected.
Early this year, the White House announced its plans to impose new regulations on the oil and gas industry’s methane emissions.
On May 29, EPA took long-awaited action on the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS), with the unusual step of proposing standards for several years at once.
In an ambitious and unprecedented move, Hawaii is aiming to increase its current renewable energy output of 21% to a 100% quota by 2045.
Driven by rapid expansion in developing countries, renewables are becoming a significant source of the world’s power.
Earlier this month, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”), U.S. Forest Service, Department of Energy, and General Services Administration (“GSA”) released a final solicitation for the Federal Aggregated Solar Procurement Project (“FASPP”).
Monday Morning Regulatory Review: Waters of the U.S.; Renewable Fuels; Open Internet; Shepherd’s Wages; Immigration Executive Action
Half a dozen highlights from regulatory practice last week – from environmental to communications, to labor to immigration.
It would often be a good thing for the renewable energy industry if a solar company received column space in several of the most widely circulated newspapers and periodicals on the planet.
On October 17, 2014, the Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy issued a solicitation for proposals to construct and operate a large-scale renewable energy project at Fort Hood in Texas, the U.S. military’s largest active duty armored post.