Monthly Archives: December 2016

Renewable Energy – A Major Economic Engine for Rural America

Since 9/11, this country – including more than half of the states – has taken significant steps to achieve the 25x’25 renewable energy goal. Over that time, sustained growth in renewable energy has been an economic boon to rural America, … Continue reading

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Businesses Get the Benefits of Renewable Energy

We used our blog last week to remind clean energy advocates that despite lingering policy uncertainty as a new administration comes to Washington, individual states continue to demonstrate that they are leading drivers of renewable energy development across the country. … Continue reading

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States Taking the Lead in Renewable Energy Growth

While there may be some uncertainty as to how renewable energy policy may play out in Washington over the next few years, ongoing developments at the state level demonstrate the persistent strength of policy leadership being demonstrated across the country. … Continue reading

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GAO Reports Show Policy Makers Must Commit to RFS Goals

Two reports issued this week by the General Accounting Office (GAO) are being touted – unsurprisingly – by critics of the Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) as proof of the biofuel-blending mandate’s failings. But, just as those who in the past … Continue reading

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