Clean Energy Momentum

From solar panels on Hawaiian roofs to wind farms off Rhode Island’s coast, clean energy is gaining unstoppable momentum. Join our experts in analyzing where and how the progress is occurring.


The Climate Strike Inspires. So Do These 5 Signs of Clean Energy Progress

, Senior energy analyst

Climate change is serious. So are the tools we have for addressing it. Here are 5 images of clean energy progress to keep in mind. Read more >

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States March toward 100% Clean Energy–Who’s Next?

, director of state policy & analysis, Clean Energy

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Coal Power Trends: Visualizing the Decline of America’s Dirtiest Fuel

, Senior energy analyst

America’s dirtiest fuel is on the decline. Policy, market development, and technological progress are playing pivotal roles in this transition. While these components continue to change and progress, it’s important to recognize how far we’ve come to help us keep the momentum going. UCS Schneider Fellow Emma Spellman offers new visuals to helps us do just that. Read more >

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Raising the Bar on Offshore Wind: Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, Maine, Maryland, Virginia…

, Senior energy analyst

Not that this is a bad thing, but it’s tough keeping up with US’s offshore wind progress. The latest announcements from states in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic mean even more momentum, as they keep outdoing each other in the drive to be national leaders. Read more >

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Maine Hits Clean Energy Grand Slam

, director of energy research, Clean Energy

As a baseball fan, I’m looking forward to watching the best players in the world compete for bragging rights in the 90th Major League Baseball All-Star game tonight. As a Maine resident for the past 11 years, I’m even more thrilled to see Maine regain its all-star status as a clean energy leader. Read more >

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