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President Obama plans to announce Friday that he will ask Congress to create an energy security trust to fund research into alternatives to gasoline, according to senior White House officials.
California quietly set a new solar record on Sunday. At 10:00 am, the state's grid had 1,500 megawatts of solar power entering the grid for the first time ever. But that record didn't last long. An hour later, the solar contribution to the state's grid reached 1,656 megawatts.
LEHR Inc., founded by Bernardo J. Herzer , was today named as a laureate of The Tech Awards 2012, one of 12 global innovators recognized each year for applying technology to benefit humanity and spark global change.
A group of U.S. lawmakers said on Wednesday that they plan to push ahead in the new year to change the tax code so renewable energy projects could qualify for beneficial tax structures commonly used by pipelines and other energy-related companies.
Renewable energy could fully power a large electric grid 99.9 percent of the time by 2030 at costs comparable to today's electricity expenses, according to new research by the University of Delaware and Delaware Technical Community College.
"Despite the difficult year in cleantech, there’s quite a few things that excited me this year. Here’s 10 things to be thankful for in cleantech"
State regulators are celebrating California's first-ever auction of greenhouse gas emissions allowances held Nov. 14. So what exactly happened? Why does it matter? And what happens next?
During the fall campaign, California's attention was focused on the presidential race and Gov. Jerry Brown's tax measure. But in a historic, largely overlooked environmental shift, the state's voters also triggered a multibillion-dollar tidal wave of new green spending.
California residents would see no net increase in their monthly utility bills as a result of the state's new cap-and-trade system to fight global warming, under a proposal issued Friday by state regulators.
Fully twenty five percent of Germany’s energy pie is now renewable energy – compared to six percent in the United States.
Companies spent nearly $100 million an hour to buy carbon pollution credits at California's first auction under the state's law to curb greenhouse gas emissions.
More than 8,500 installation jobs created in the past year, continued industry wide growth expected in 2013.
California, long the national leader in clean energy policy, is poised to double down on its investments in the sector, with billions in new subsidies set to flow in over the next few years.
Open Neighborhoods announces a regional solar initiative and comparison shopping service for residential, commercial, tax exempt property owners and multi-family communities in greater Los Angeles seeking to reduce utility bills with solar energy.
The annual PwC Low Carbon Economy Index centres on one core statistic: the rate of change of global carbon intensity. This year we estimated that the required improvement in global carbon intensity to meet a 2ºC warming target has risen to 5.1% a year, from now to 2050.
The Cleantech Open, the world’s largest cleantech accelerator, named six California startups to compete at the Cleantech Open Global Forum for $250,000 and the title of 2012 Top Cleantech Entrepreneur.
The prospect of a Romney victory in November is a source of consternation among players large and small in California's rapidly growing renewable-energy industry.
The Energy Department's "SunShot Initiative" has granted $5M for a five-year program to investigate using molten metals as heat transfer fluids in solar thermal systems. The molten metals team will be led by researchers from UCLA, and includes engineers from UC Berkeley and Yale.
Forbes: If we project forward based on trends in the data and structural advantages, Los Angeles is emerging as the next Silicon Valley. Over the last three years the Los Angeles region has quietly built momentum, establishing the foundation to become the next hub for technology entrepreneurship.
The California State Senate unanimously approves Senator Fran Pavley’s Senate Bill 1409, The Energy Security Coordination Act of 2012.
The Los Angeles area still has some of the nation's dirtiest air, but a study released Thursday concluded cars are belching far fewer pollution-causing fumes.
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