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In FERC’s Office of Energy Projects August Energy Infrastructure Update, they found that eight in 11 new electricity generating projects in August 2012 were from clean energy resources. See “Read More” to read report (PDF).
The American Wind Industry urges Congress to take immediate action to pass an extension of the PTC. Click here to read their fact sheet about how wind energy provides homegrown resources and puts more people back to work.
ACORE, one of CICE’s Energy Experts, launched EnergyFactCheck.org in June 2012. The site is a resource for journalists, policymakers and others engaged in the debate over clean and renewable energy.
The U.S. has reclaimed the top spot in private clean energy finance and investment after trailing China since 2009, according to a new report from the Pew Charitable Trusts. In 2011, clean energy investments in the U.S. reached $48 billion, […]
A new report from the Center for Climate Strategies shows clean economic growth has the potential to raise GDP contributions to $142.7 billion in the United States’ West Coast region by 2020, growing clean economy jobs by 200 percent over current numbers.
From tracking, forecasting, and market sizing the global solar, wind, and biofuels markets, to detailed analysis of solar PV pricing, the public markets, and venture capital investments, this report series has become the signature report in the clean-energy economy.
Did you know that wind power has installed 35% of all new American electric generation in the last five years? Denise Bode, CEO of the American Wind Power Association, responds to Forbes.com article Wind Energy Gasping For Air.
Global venture capital and corporate investments in clean technology increased 13 percent in 2011, according to a report from Cleantech Group LLC.
The Brookings Institution published “Sizing the Clean Economy: A National and Regional Green Jobs Assessment” in July 2011 to develop, analyze, and comment on a detailed database of establishment-level employment statistics pertaining to a sensibly defined assemblage of clean economy industries in the United States and its metropolitan areas.
According to the IEDC State Level Renewable Energy Survey, all regions of the U.S. except for the Midwest region indicated supply chain analysis as one of their top information needs for stimulating renewable energy development. Learn more in this guide […]