Monthly Archives: October 2016

Texas Ascension to Renewable Energy Leadership Makes Good Economic Sense

The trend in national media circles reporting on renewable energy advances in Texas often characterizes the progress and development as a somewhat curious happening, given the state’s leading status as an oil and natural gas producer. But leaders in Texas … Continue reading

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National Bioenergy Day Recognizes Sector's Economic, Environmental Benefits

More than 50 companies, institutions, agencies and organizations around the country today are celebrating the fourth annual National Bioenergy Day and highlighting the energy, environmental and economic benefits of bioenergy, biomass, and biobased products. So, what exactly is bioenergy? Bioenergy … Continue reading

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Renewable Energy Generates Billions for Rural America

A report published last week by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), an investment research arm of Bloomberg news service, highlights a principle that 25x’25 has been preaching since its origins in 2004: Renewable energy offers farmers, ranchers, forestland owners and … Continue reading

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Growing Collaboration Easing Disputes over Net Metering

After years of conflict between utilities and the developers of distributed energy systems like wind and solar – with state regulators usually caught in the middle – there have been some encouraging developments of late to suggest there is a … Continue reading

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