Yesterday’s 2016 Republican presidential debates covered a wide variety of topics. However, aside from one off-handed comment by Jeb Bush about accelerating domestic energy production by reducing regulations on the oil and gas industry, none of the candidates’ views on the Clean Power Plan (CPP)...
But that doesn't change the big takeaway task for clean energy advocates and companies when it comes to the Clean Power Plan: This is a race to define the business plan of the CPP standards… and facts alone won’t win that race.
Even as clean energy scaling continues around the world, the subtitle of this Yahoo News article, “The fossil fuel industry receives billions in taxpayer subsidies as the wind industry fights to take flight”, sums up how much faster we could be moving without a playing field...
“Incumbent energy industries are heavily funded by people like the Koch brothers who inject large amounts of resources into media relations and lobbying," says Sokolove who has seen huge progress in the industry over his 15+ years as a public relations practitioner.
We've known for a long time that Americans strongly support clean energy, but every so often it's good to see brand-new polling that reaffirms this finding. Two recent polls in particular jumped out at us, one produced for Clean Edge and SolarCity, the other by Gallup.
Mix of new temporary construction and permanent jobs would peak at 5,700 under basic scenario, but reach 12,600 jobs if investments also aim to keep utility spending in the state – a number nearly equal to employment in Virginia’s commercial construction sector
Fortunately, the team at Tigercomm has just made it a little easier to “nail the learning curve” in the cleantech industry. Today, they are releasing a “cheat sheet” of "100 Cleantech Buzzwords to Know.”