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Santa Fe’s 100 Percent Renewable Energy Resolution, New Global Research Highlights Critical Local Government Climate Change Role

Santa Fe will face numerous, varied challenges in its bid to relay entirely on renewable energy by 2025, but numerous, varied, cost-effective and rewarding policy options exist and are in effect in cities worldwide.

Florida Settlement Proposal Cancels Levy Nuclear Power Project, Calls for $6 Billion in Climate-Smart Clean Energy Investments

Part and parcel of the proposed settlement agreement, Duke Energy will make some $6 billion worth of climate-smart clean energy and energy efficiency investments over a four-year period, as well as cancel construction of the Levy Nuclear Power Plant.

ACCIONA Mobile Pay-Go Solar Pilot Brings Sustainable Energy to Peruvan Amazon

Sixty-one households in Peru’s Amazon are completely satisfied with the Spanish renewable energy company’s off-grid solar energy solution, the results of a multi-stakeholder pilot project.

Solar tariff on Chinese imports under Section 201

Chinese Solar Import Tariff Petition Creates Controversy – or Jobs?

The analysis by US ITC petitioners Suniva and SolarWorld Americas stands in stark contrast to projections made by US SEIA and GTM Research.

Desert Solar, Wind Power to Fuel Santiago, Chile’s Subway System

The Chilean capital’s subsway system is considered the finest, as well as the largest, in Latin America. Come 2018, some 60% of its electricity is to come from solar and wind power resources far north.

Pioneering Off-Grid Mobile PAYG Solar Provider Celebrates 10th Anniversary

A pioneering developer of mobile pay-go home solar energy products and services, d.light celebrated its 10th anniversary with the launch of a new flagship “aspirational” clean energy product bundle.

U.S. Climate Alliance pushes back against Donald Trump blundering out of the Paris Agreement

Nine States and Puerto Rico Join California, New York, Washington in US Climate Alliance

Connecticut, Delaware, Hawaii, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Oregon, Puerto Rico, Rhode Island, Vermont and Virginia have joined California, New York and Washington in establishing the U.S. Climate Alliance, a coalition that aims to realize the goals and ambitions expressed in the UN Paris Climate Change Accord and US Clean Power Plan.