Month: April 2014

Energy Energy Policy New Energy Economy Renewable Energy

DOE Announces $10 MM For Wave Energy Conversion Testing In

DOE intends to test two advanced-stage, near-full-scale wave energy conversion devices at the U.S. Navy's Wave Energy Test Site on Oahu offshore the Marine Corps Base Hawaii in Kaneohe Bay. The $10 million in wave energy development funding seems like a natural fit in a state renowned for the power of its ocean waves, and it will add momentum to Hawaii's drive to forge the foundations of a society powered by clean, renewable energy resources. Read More

Climate Change and Business Climate Change and Civil Society Climate Change and Politics Energy Policy Government Politics

Campaign Finance and the Fate of Keystone XL

While a decision on the Keystone XL pipeline has been delayed yet again, the ultimate fate of the project is directly related to campaign finance. There is a war being waged through the medium of campaign finance that pits environmental concerns against the fossil fuel industry. The Keystone XL would transport more than 800,000 barrels […]Read More

Energy Policy Green Building New Energy Economy Renewable Energy Sustainability Sustainable Economy

DOE Solar Market Pathways Funding To Spur Shared, Community Solar

Some 360,000-plus solar PV systems have been installed by U.S. households, The Dept. of Energy aims to keep the momentum going with the launch of the $15 million Solar Market Pathways funding opportunity, which seeks to spur shared, community solar PV installations across residential and commercial rooftops. Read More