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Maine Electricity and Renewable Energy

Renewable energy development in the US is progressing at a remarkable rate.  Costs for eco-friendly solutions such as solar energy are making renewable energy more economical for residential energy users.  Large-scale sustainable energy generation, however, owes a large part of its rapid growth to the implementation of the Renewable Portfolio Standard. Encouraging Green Electricity At […]

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Massachusetts Renewable Energy Requirements

Wind, solar, and other renewable energy development in the United States is moving forward at a remarkable rate.  Costs for technologies such as photovoltaic solar panels are making alternative power more economical for residential consumers.  Utility-scale non-fossil fuel generation, however, owes a significant part of its growth to the creation of the Renewable Portfolio Standard. […]

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Connecticut Renewable Energy Standards

Renewable energy development in the U.S. is progressing at an impressive rate.  Costs for technologies like photovoltaic solar panels are making green energy more affordable for residential customers.  Utility-scale renewable energy generation, however, owes a large part of its growth to the implementation of Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS). Electricity Rate Impact As of 2015, 29 […]

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Solar Energy: Delivery Tariff Challenges

The five largest sources of renewable energy generation in Texas are wind power, landfill gas, hydroelectric power, biomass energy, and solar power.  Only three of these renewable energy sources, wind power, hydroelectric power, and solar power, do not involve combustion.  Interestingly, in a state known for its abundant sunshine and lack of high gradient rivers, […]

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Power to Choose Rooftop Solar Systems

Photovoltaic (PV) panels are showing up on more Texas residential rooftops than ever before.  According to the U.S. Solar Market Insight report issued by GSM Research/SEIA, Texas added 75 MW of PV solar generating capacity in 2013.  While the bulk of this added capacity was associated with utility-scale installations, a respectable share came from residential […]

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