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  • January, 2014
  • 01.31.14 Only Obama Can Block the Keystone Pipeline Now 
  • 01.31.14 Michigan, Indiana eye expanding retail electricity competition  
  • 01.31.14 Iowa's solar power could outshine Florida's 
  • 01.31.14 Michigan, Indiana eye expanding retail competition for electricity 
  • 01.30.14 Obama nominates new FERC chairman
  • 01.30.14 Tropics’ climate sensitivity increases 
  • 01.30.14 Why the New Jersey Solar Market Just Got Hot Again
  • 01.30.14 China Panel Makers Turn Solar Farmers to Counter Glut  
  • 01.30.14 Europe-wide PV GRID project offers solutions to enhancing PV integration
  • 01.29.14 Asian Supergrid Proposal Gains Key Support Among Political and Business Leaders
  • 01.29.14 What Utilities Can Learn From Apple, Hybrid Cars and Telephones
  • 01.29.14 Kyocera solar PV sales, margins boom on strong Japanese demand 
  • 01.29.14 1 MW Commercial Solar Ground Mount Completed In Mexico
  • 01.29.14 A Plan To Take On SolarCity Through Software, Service and Forming Alliances 
  • 01.29.14 Arizona regulators to investigate value of distributed generation 
  • 01.29.14 Net Metering in 2014: Where the First Battles Will Be Fought
  • 01.29.14 What does Obama's 'cleaner energy economy’ mean for business?
  • 01.29.14 Ireland’s turf war plan is ‘bad news for climate’  
  • 01.29.14 Owners of Solar Panels & EVs Get Solar First  
  • 01.29.14 Siemens Wins Wind Turbine for 182 MW in Texas Panhandle
  • 01.29.14 EV charging equipment to reach $5.8B in annual revenue by 2022
  • 01.29.14 120 MW Solar Power Plant Planned For UAE 
  • 01.29.14 SPP Files Complaint With FERC Over Lack of Compensation From MISO
  • 01.29.14 California PUC President: The Utility Death Spiral Is ‘Last Year’s Hype’
  • 01.28.14 Midwestern farmers now harvesting solar power as new cash crop 
  • 01.28.14 President Touts Solar Progress in State of the Union Speech
  • 01.28.14 Is solar-powered desalination answer to water independence for California?
  • 01.28.14 FERC: 3,300 miles of high-voltage lines added in 2013 
  • 01.28.14 Utilities adapt as solar rises in the Southeast
  • 01.28.14 World’s Largest Wind Turbine Starts Generating Power For First Time
  • 01.28.14 SunPower And BofA Merrill Launch $220 Million Residential Solar Lease Program
  • 01.28.14 Construction begins on 102MW Nyngan plant, Australia’s largest solar PV plant
  • 01.28.14 What the smart home means to electric utilities  
  • 01.28.14 California solar advocates win victory over utility rate changes
  • 01.27.14 U.N. Secretary General's rep for Sustainable Energy Endorses "Energy Internet"
  • 01.27.14 Wyoming wind power could save California $750M 
  • 01.27.14 From Warheads to Cheap Energy: Turning Russian Megatons Into American Megawatts
  • 01.27.14 Colorado Energy Office Addresses Net Metering Issues
  • 01.27.14 CBS Boss Will Meet With Senators Pushing More Climate Change Coverage
  • 01.27.14 Demand response enters Texas energy market debate
  • 01.27.14 Why Did Installer-Financier Vivint Solar Buy Solmetric?
  • 01.27.14 The Secrets of Selling Solar: Drivers of REC Solar’s Strong Growth
  • 01.27.14 Judge blocks utility from canceling wind farm deal
  • 01.25.14 Investors see green in clean energy  
  • 01.24.14 Internet and Cable Giant Comcast Will Soon Sell Electricity in Pennsylvania
  • 01.24.14 Vivint Solar buys PV install optimization tool firm SolMetric
  • 01.24.14 The post-parity PV world is challenging energy utilities  
  • 01.23.14 Is Google becoming an energy company?
  • 01.23.14 Google Buys More Swedish Wind Power For Its Finnish Data Center
  • 01.23.14 Electric Cars & Solar: Will They Make Gasoline & Utilities Obsolete?
  • 01.23.14 Future Prospects of the HVDC Transmission Market Worth $9.62 Billion by 2018 
  • 01.23.14 Industry Awakens to Threat of Climate Change   
  • 01.23.14 SHAMS1; A Bright Future for Renewable Energy Development in the Gulf Region
  • 01.23.14 Puerto Rico's energy regulator signs final PPAs for six large-scale PV projects
  • 01.23.14 Martifer Solar USA files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
  • 01.22.14 First Solar Begins Construction of 22MW Barilla Solar Project in Texas
  • 01.22.14 Mideast looks at $50B to spend on solar power by 2020 
  • 01.22.14 Another 40MW of Grid-Scale Energy Storage in the California Pipeline
  • 01.22.14 $3.6 Billion In Transmission Improvements On Tap For TX ERCOT Grid  
  • 01.22.14 Yingli biggest global solar manufacturer for 2nd year in a row
  • 01.22.14 Sharp says to end solar panel production in U.S. by end-March 
  • 01.22.14 NREL Finds Wind Turbines Can Boost Grid System Readiness
  • 01.22.14 Alliance Files Federal Lawsuit Regarding Contract For 468 MW Offshore Wind Project
  • 01.21.14 Minnesota, power companies attack solar energy plan 
  • 01.21.14 Cisco Adds Distribution Automation to its Grid Network 
  • 01.21.14 How Montana PSC commissioner Travis Kavulla sees the utility sector changing 
  • 01.21.14 Mideast energy boom boosts trans-national partnerships to promote renewable energy
  • 01.21.14 EU’s new energy strategy faces doubts
  • 01.21.14 New power electronics help smooth transition to solar power
  • 01.21.14 China's pollution reaches United States shores
  • 01.20.14 Monopoly Utilities Doomed: Duke Energy's Jim Rogers on the Pivot Ahead
  • 01.20.14 MENA solar market worth $50bn by 2020
  • 01.20.14 US mulling partnership with China on 4,800 MW Inga 3 hydro project in Congo
  • 01.20.14 Today’s Solar Manufacturing Paradox: Profitless Prosperity
  • 01.20.14 Largest World Future Energy Summit Opens in Abu Dhabi, Attendees from over 170 countries
  • 01.20.14 North American CVR Market To Reach Nearly $800 Million By 2022
  • 01.17.14 20 MW Solar Project Enters Operation In Nevada; NV Energy Buys Power
  • 01.17.14 Alabama Power to cut coal fleet by 20%
  • 01.17.14 Africa Clean Energy Corridor to Boost Renewable Energy
  • 01.17.14 Four solar trends to watch in 2014 
  • 01.17.14 FERC: Polar vortex broke winter demand records across half of U.S.
  • 01.16.14 Caribbean Islands Fight High Electricity Costs with Geothermal Energy 
  • 01.16.14 Mitch McConnell Aims To Torpedo EPA Carbon Rules With Obscure Legislative Tool 
  • 01.16.14 Elon Musk’s five insights into solar energy
  • 01.15.14 Letter To CPUC Urges That Net Metering Contracts Be Honored For 30 Years
  • 01.15.14 Solar firm Conergy to start $100M financing fund 
  • 01.15.14 SolarCity Lets Individuals Invest in PV Projects Through a New Acquisition
  • 01.15.14 Electric Utilities: What Me Worry?
  • 01.14.14 UN climate chief calls for tripling of clean energy investment
  • 01.14.14 How to Build a Clean Energy Grid: America's Power Plan 
  • 01.14.14 Obama Review Promises New Energy Blueprint 
  • 01.14.14 Electricity Export From Finland to Russia Set to Start in April  
  • 01.14.14 Google Invests $75M In 182MW Texas Wind Farm
  • 01.14.14 'Inverse Opal' Structure Improves Efficiency of Thin-Film Solar Cells
  • 01.14.14 Wind power surges to meet 50% of energy demand in Denmark
  • 01.14.14 5 Reasons Why SunEdison Stock Will Grow Considerably In 2014
  • 01.14.14 Alstom completes successful tests on new high-voltage DC circuit-breaker technology 
  • 01.14.14 Large utility-scale solar development slows to a crawl 
  • 01.14.14 Western Sahara Looms Heavy Over Morocco's Energy Aspirations

  • 01.14.14 Harvard scientists unveil new grid-scale battery   
  • 01.14.14 Rawlemon's beautiful, spherical solar energy generators
  • 01.14.14 Iowa lawmakers plan bill aimed at slowing power line project
  • 01.13.14 President Obama Establishes Quadrennial Energy Review
  • 01.13.14 Fitch: Drought May Pressure California Power Utilities  
  • 01.13.14 Could Solar Solve Texas' Peak Demand Problem? 
  • 01.13.14 Ameren Missouri plans to build 5.7 kW solar energy farm in O'Fallon
  • 01.13.14 NV Energy's 500-kV power line starts service 
  • 01.13.14 EDF Renewable Energy Acquires 500 MW New Mexico Wind Project
  • 01.13.14 Microgrid Market To See Nearly Fivefold Growth In Annual Revenue By 2020
  • 01.13.14 How Smart Meters Are Helping Utilities With Voltage Management
  • 01.13.14 When Google closes the Nest deal, privacy issues for the internet of things will hit the big time
  • 01.10.14 California solar advocates oppose utility plans to slash rates
  • 01.10.14 How ALEC plans to reshape U.S. energy policy in 2014
  • 01.10.14 More grim news for aleo solar  
  • 01.09.14 New York Governor Announces $1 Billion For Solar Energy 
  • 01.09.14 EnerVault Nears Completion of Its First Commercial-Scale Flow Battery 
  • 01.09.14 New York plans $40M microgrid investment
  • 01.09.14 Wind Aids Grid as Cold Hits Conventional Power
  • 01.09.14 Vermont plans to nearly quadruple net metering capacity
  • 01.09.14 Power play: Utilities want solar users to pay up (CNBC)
  • 01.08.14 SoCal Cities Weigh In On How To Replace San Onofre Nuclear Power 
  • 01.08.14 Leading Utility Holding Company Integrys Moves Into Residential Solar  
  • 01.08.14 Clean Energy Entrepreneurs Call On '60 Minutes' For A Correction
  • 01.08.14 Zuli Connects the Energy Smart Home With Bluetooth
  • 01.08.14 Eight Reasons Conservatives Should Love Renewables  

  • 01.07.14 Apple is building another solar farm, this time in Oregon
  • 01.07.14 Canadian Solar Supplies 25.3 MW of Modules to Four North Carolina Solar Projects
  • 01.07.14 California’s Sizzling Solar Busts Through 3 GW 
  • 01.07.14 FERC’s New ‘Fast Track’ Rules Will Make Clean Energy Development Easier 
  • 01.07.14 Starwood Capital Closes Energy Fund Above Target 
  • 01.07.14 Deutsche Bank predicts second solar “gold-rush”
  • 01.07.14 16 MW Geothermal Plant Comes Online In Nevada
  • 01.07.14 Fitch: Cooperative electric utilities expand financing options 
  • 01.07.14 Power grid grapples with freezing temps across U.S.
  • 01.06.14 What Trends Should Utilities Be Watching In 2014 And Beyond?
  • 01.06.14 CBS ‘60 Minutes’ fumbles the reporting ball with fact-lite cleantech crash story
  • 01.06.14 The Fox 'News'-ification of CBS News and '60 Minutes': 'The Cleantech Crash
  • 01.06.14 Canadian Solar Connects its Tumushuke 30MW Solar Power Plant to the China State Grid 
  • 01.06.14 The "greatest business opportunity" of our time: Renewable Energy
  • 01.06.14 Toyota to launch fuel cell 'car of future' in US in 2015
  • 01.06.14 Mexico as Bellwether for an Unsubsidized Solar Future
  • 01.05.14 What 60 Minutes got right and wrong in its story on the “cleantech crash” 
  • 01.03.14 Solar beats natural gas in landmark US judicial ruling 
  • 01.03.14 San Diego leads US in electric vehicles per capita
  • 01.03.14 Solar Power Craze on Wall St. Propels Start-Up
  • 01.03.14 US Wind Power Manufacturing Pipeline Fills Up
  • 01.03.14 Report: Net Metering Rollbacks Will Not Impact U.S. Solar Markets This Year 
  • 01.02.14 The utility of 2020 will be an energy concierge, NYU students predict 
  • 01.02.14 European network of electricity is solution to high energy prices, saysUK climate change minister
  • 01.02.14 China cuts the cord on struggling solar manufacturers
  • 01.02.14 Are Ford and SunPower About to Make the Grid Irrelevant for EV Charging? 
  • 01.02.14 Behind the Scenes, Kerry Makes a Pact on Climate a Priority
  • 01.02.14 New Hampshire-Canada power line project clears hurdle
  • 01.02.14 As Battery Cost Falls, Fast-Charging Becomes Key Electric-Car Issue
  • 01.02.14 Residual Values On Battery-Electric Cars: KBB Is Not Optimistic
  • 01.01.14 Massive Minnesota Solar Project Gets Major Legal Boost 
  • 01.01.14 India is now one nation, one transmission grid    
  • 01.01.14 California’s Roadmap for Balancing the Demand Side of the Grid  
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