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by Amy Haddon on 04/21/2015

This Earth Day, we invite you to join us in celebrating the explosive growth in renewable energy. When we started Renewable Choice back in 2001, our aspiration was three-fold: an energy landscape... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 03/30/2015

On March 19, 2015, President Obama revoked Executive Order 13514 in favor of a broader, more stringent federal requirement, an Executive Order titled “Planning for Federal Sustainability... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 03/27/2015

Last week, Georgetown, Texas, population 54,000 and an hour north of Austin, announced that it has entered into a power purchase agreement (PPA) with solar giant SunEdison for a total of nearly... [more]

by Mike Mahler on 03/16/2015

At the end of February, I was able to attend the Climate Leadership Conference, a collaborative effort of The Climate Registry, Association of Climate Change Officers (ACCO), Center for... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 02/23/2015

Within the past two weeks we’ve seen power purchase agreement (PPA) announcements from Google, Apple, Kaiser Permanente, and GM, that, when combined with an earlier announcement... [more]

by Amy Haddon on 02/13/2015

At the 11th hour in 2014, a lame duck Congress pulled a lame duck move, extending the Production Tax Credit (PTC) by a mere two weeks.  The PTC grants tax relief to wind projects... [more]

by Ian Law on 11/05/2014

Last week the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced its list for the top 100 green power purchasers within the Green Power Partnership. The Green Power Partnership (GPP) is... [more]

by Ian Law on 07/17/2014

Last Thursday the House of Representatives passed the Energy and Water Development and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, a spending bill that carries significant effects on... [more]

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