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Posted by joneill
September 30, 2015

Michigan may be one of the nation’s cloudiest states.

Posted by joneill
September 17, 2015

The Interstate Renewable Energy Council (IREC) named Community Power Network Executive Director Anya Schoolman as one of the organization's "Ac

Posted by joneill
September 16, 2015

Nine Maine families recently flipped the switch on the state’s first member-owned community solar project, known as the Edgecomb solar farm.

Posted by joneill
September 15, 2015

Jo-Carroll Energy is a not-for-profit distribution cooperative with more than 25,000 electric and gas accounts in four northwest Illinois counties.

Posted by joneill
September 14, 2015

Regulators routinely approve mergers between utilities as a matter of course. Only twice in the last thirty years has a regulatory body rejected such a merger.

Make that three times.

Posted by joneill
September 3, 2015

In 2013, the Minnesota legislature passed a law to allow the creation of “solar gardens”.

Posted by joneill
September 2, 2015

In early July, two bills passed the New York State legislature to provide tax incentives to geothermal heat pump (GHP) installations.

Posted by joneill
August 14, 2015

Utilities across the country have tried to impose fixed charges on solar customers’ bills.

Posted by joneill
August 3, 2015

Active community members are a critical component in making a solar group purchase successful.

Posted by joneill
August 2, 2015

The recent growth of distributed energy generation in the U.S. has been phenomenal, but not without growing pains. Every state has a unique story about its path to a more diverse energy portfolio.

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