House clean energy tax bill sees broad industry support, but Senate path uncertain

House clean energy tax bill sees broad industry support, but Senate path uncertain

"We appreciate Chairman Thompson's support for expanding the electric vehicle tax credit and for recognizing the important role that electric transportation plays in spurring growth and innovation in domestic manufacturing; enhancing our nation's energy security; reducing carbon dioxide emissions; and improving local air quality," EEI President Tom Kuhn told Utility Dive in an email.

North Carolina anti-wind bill would freeze development, devastate industry, say critics

North Carolina anti-wind bill would freeze development, devastate industry, say critics

If passed, S.B. 377 would present a devastating blow to the wind industry in North Carolina, Katharine Kollins, president of the Southeastern Wind Coalition, told Utility Dive.

Connecticut House saves net metering, for now, but green groups want more

Connecticut House saves net metering, for now, but green groups want more

Green groups in Connecticut were pushing for a 100% carbon free mandate, protections on pipeline methane leaks, stronger energy efficiency programs and reducing fossil fuel reliance, but "none of that was taken into consideration," in this bill, Senior Policy Advocate and Connecticut Director at Acadia Center Amy McLean Salls told Utility Dive.

Blue state environmental wave grows as New Mexico governor signs clean energy order

Blue state environmental wave grows as New Mexico governor signs clean energy order

figure out what more needs to be done in the coming months and years to put New Mexico back in a leadership position," Noah Long, director of the Interior West and Northwest Climate & Clean Energy Program at the Natural Resources Defense Council, told Utility Dive.

Market forces are driving a clean energy revolution in the US

Market forces are driving a clean energy revolution in the US

Today, renewable energy resources like wind and solar power are so affordable that they’re driving coal production and coal-fired generation out of business. A recent survey by the trade publication Utility Dive found that electric power industry leaders expect significant growth in solar, wind, natural gas and energy storage.