NYSERDA’s Clean Energy Communities Program Provides Funding and Technical Assistance to Support Local Clean Energy Development

NYSERDA’s Clean Energy Communities program helps local governments earn recognition and grant funding to demonstrate their clean energy leadership and to implement clean energy actions, save energy costs, create jobs, and improve the environment.

How Could Solar+Storage Benefit Your Community? Find Out for Free.

A new release of NREL's free online tool allows anyone to enter in a building’s information to estimate how much solar+storage capacity would be needed to keep critical loads powered during an emergency.

Oregon’s Renewable Energy Development Grant Program: Using Tax Credits to Leverage Private Investment

The Oregon Department of Energy’s Renewable Energy Development Grant Program promotes investment in and development of renewable energy projects by providing a grant up to $250,000 for businesses, organizations, public bodies, schools, nonprofits, and tribes that install and operate a renewable energy system that produces electric energy.

Exemplary State Programs Continue Progress in Clean Energy with New Technologies and Markets

The winners of CESA’s 2018 State Leadership in Clean Energy Awards continue a tradition of innovation and practical solutions.
Photographer: Jan Arne Wold / Woldcam. Courtesy of Statoil.

Options for “Getting to Shore” Discussed at First U.S. Offshore Transmission Conference

The opportunities and challenges of developing a cost effective, technically feasible, environmentally responsible offshore transmission network and interconnecting the offshore cables were the topics of the day at the first Offshore Wind Transmission, USA conference last week.

Regional Cooperation Stressed at the New York Intergovernmental Renewable Energy Task Force Meeting

On May 9th, BOEM held its Task Force Meeting for the New York Bight to present an overview of its Call for Information and Nominations, provide updates on recent developments, and seek public input.

Why California’s New Home Solar Requirement Includes Batteries and Not Zero Net Energy

California’s recently adopted building standards require solar to be a part of all new residential construction. As the first state to enact such a standard, it’s been lauded as a historic and game-changing event for solar power in the U.S. But some have argued that the new standards don’t go far enough.

Battery Storage: After 100 Years, The Market Finally Arrives

After a hundred years of technology improvement, an old enabling technology — battery storage — has emerged anew.
© Alain Herzog / EPFL

Recharging the Clean Energy Transition with Battery Storage

It’s rare to have an opportunity to shape an energy technology market as it emerges. Today, battery storage is that energy technology.
Photo by Ryan McKnight, via Flickr.

FERC 841 Opens Markets to Energy Storage

Last month’s FERC order 841 was hailed by some as a watershed moment in energy storage history, but the devil’s in the implementation.