Posts Tagged ‘energy policy’


The Change in Energy Policy in Turkey

Posted on August 28th, 2013 by

 “All Energy Turkey” specialist trade fair and congress, 11 and 12 September 2013, Istanbul  Programme:     LinkedIN  Turkey as an important trade partner[...]

Renewable Energy – A Critical Piece of the Puzzle

Posted on January 12th, 2012 by

Recently I was attempting to help my 6-year old assemble a puzzle. I suggested that he start with pieces that have smooth edges and work[...]

Why Solar Power’s Reliance On Utilities Is Growing

Posted on December 15th, 2011 by

Julia Hamm, President and CEO of the Solar Electric Power Association, discusses the current status of the solar industry and why the utility’s role in[...]

Can Renewables Survive in the U.S.?

Posted on November 23rd, 2011 by

For renewable energy in the U.S., the question of survival and growth is still unanswered. After all, the Department of Energy has been funding renewable[...]

U.S. Support for Renewables is Miniscule…and Erratic

Posted on November 7th, 2011 by

It’s time to ponder a rational comparison of historical U.S. energy incentives. In a thoughtful analysis called “What Would Jefferson Do?” authors Nancy Pfund and[...]

Solar Energy Companies Worldwide Threatened by Cuts in Government Subsidies

Posted on November 3rd, 2011 by

In any country, at the end of the proverbial day, both energy utilities and consumers are finally interested in the technologies that generate a kilowatt[...]

Why Capitol Hill Is Keeping U.S. From Creating Clean Energy Jobs

Posted on October 10th, 2011 by

Nathanael Greene,  Director of Renewable Energy Policy in New York City for the National Resource Defense Council, discusses our country’s struggle to create clean energy[...]

Is America Force Feeding American’s Oil?

Posted on May 23rd, 2011 by

On top of declining oil prices, declining petroleum consumption, a slight increase in the use of renewable energy, market launch of electric vehicles and the[...]

Solar Installations Double in NYC

Posted on March 4th, 2011 by

New York City has more than doubled the number of private solar installations, an energy company makes Fortune's list of admired companies, and European leaders plan a conference to discuss the future of renewable energy once policies expire.

Georgia Gains Ground On Energy Efficiency

Posted on December 22nd, 2010 by

In 2007, the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance (SEEA) officially opened up its doors in Atlanta as a regional nonprofit focused on transforming the marketplace for[...]

Energy Industry Sees Performance Contracting And Federal, State Policies As Keys To Change

Posted on October 9th, 2010 by

Todd Jarvis, President of Servidyne, and Ben Taube, Executive Director of the Southeast Energy Efficiency Alliance, discuss the importance of performance contracting and the need[...]