Devastation in Puerto Rico Could Produce a Revolutionary Power Grid

Disasters often lead to unexpected and swift technology innovation. The calamitous collapse of Puerto Rico’s electricity system might be the next example of that phenomenon.

The Connecticut Green Bank: Innovation in Finance Sparks New Model for Public/Private Investment in Clean Energy

The Harvard Kennedy School’s Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation announced in July that the Connecticut Green Bank had won this year’s Innovations in American Government Award.

Solar+Storage Offers Hope as Irma and Harvey Plunge Much of the Southeast into Darkness

The 2017 hurricane season is forcing many communities and states to once again focus on disaster preparedness and the critical role of resilient power during emergencies.

Firm Public Commitment, a Pipeline of Projects, and Investment Driving UK Offshore Wind Cost Reductions and Jobs, Jobs, Jobs

The UK offshore wind sector splashed media headlines this month with two sweeping announcements.

Millions of Commercial Customers Could Cut Costs with Battery Storage

New research shows that more than 25 percent of commercial utility customers across the US may be able to cut electricity costs with batteries today. What’s more, some of the best economic opportunities can be found in surprising states like Colorado, Nebraska, Illinois, and Georgia.

Advancing Clean Energy: 15 Years of State Leadership

As the Clean Energy States Alliance (CESA) celebrates its 15th anniversary, Clean Energy Group looks back on the founding and early years of this important organization.

A Senate panel speaks for sound clean energy policy — and rebukes Trump

Providing perhaps the hint of a political inflection point, the legislative body’s resurgence of flexed congressional power was striking.

The Offshore Wind Hub: A Comprehensive Resource for State and Federal Offshore Wind Documents

As the offshore wind industry looks to take off in the US, the Offshore Wind Hub promises to be a useful tool.

Five Ways States Are Accelerating Renewable Energy

Many of the initiatives to move our energy system towards clean, renewable power emanate from the state and local levels.

How One Small US Town Will Save Millions with a Microgrid

Sterling, Massachusetts is demoing grid 2.0 with a multi-million-dollar investment that will pay for itself in just two years.