With the Clean Power Plan’s future up in the air, and concerns about how science might fare given the recent election results, some may think 2016 wasn’t a great year for clean energy. However, lots of great state level policies were passed — some with bipartisan support—and there’s even some good news on the national front. Read more >
December 22, 2016 2:54 PM EDT
September 28, 2016 2:53 PM EDT
Some people get excited about fall because of the beautiful foliage, the delightful blend of sunny days and crisp cool nights, and the bountiful harvests of apples and other tasty treats. I love all that, too. But I also enjoy this time of year because it brings the annual assessment of how states are doing on energy efficiency. And this year was more of a nail-biter than most.
Whoever’s on top, though, it’s clear that when states make progress on energy efficiency, we all win. Read more >
September 19, 2016 12:52 PM EDT
Conventional wisdom holds that the politics of climate change has become so polarized that bipartisan action is all but impossible.
Massachusetts has just deflated that balloon. Read more >
August 17, 2016 4:46 PM EDT
August 8, 2016 2:45 PM EDT
The rivalry between New York and Massachusetts is famous: Yankees vs. Red Sox, Giants vs. Patriots, Wall Street vs. Harvard/MIT, glamour vs. provincial charm. Last week, New York and Massachusetts competed to be the Northeast clean energy leader. And in this case, they both won. Actually, we all did. Read more >