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President Trump Should Listen to the Senate on LIHEAP

By Joe Gibbons Chairman, Energy Equity Alliance There may officially be one more month of winter left, but this does not mean that we stop thinking...

Let’s Incentivize An All-Inclusive Consumer Approach to Solar

Donald Trump’s meeting recently with Silicon Valley’s tech royalty should give investors an idea about which sectors of the economy will be receiving some...

Modern Power Grid Front and Center in Clinton Infrastructure Plan

In a recent campaign appearance in Las Vegas, Nevada, Democratic Presidential Nominee Hillary Clinton made a pledge to upgrade America's aging infrastructure. "It's not...

Solar Engineering Jobs in the U.S. On The Rise

By: Monica Gomez The solar industry is growing rapidly in the United States, thanks in large part to the U.S. Energy Department’s SunShot Initiative. Began...

Duke Energy Dedicates Millions to Help Low-Income Families Lower their Energy...

Energy efficiency is one of the most effective means of decreasing home energy use and lowering electric bills. There are many things one can...

Net Metering Means Minorities Are Getting the Short End of the...

This article first appeared on VOXXI. By Gus Portela Hiring is on the uptick, but its slow pace is leaving many struggling Americans in a lurch....

Leading by Example: The White House’s Inclusive Vision for Solar Power

Last week, the Obama administration announced a series of new initiatives to enhance energy efficiency across the United States. Many revolved around commitments of...

Privileged Professor Demonstrates the Flip Side of Solar Net Metering

A recent article by South Miami Florida Mayor Philip Stoddard gets to the heart of the solar energy debate currently sweeping the country. The...

Sunshine State’s Diversity Opens Door for “All of the Above” Energy...

While Florida may fall to the middle of the pack when it comes to overall energy production, it is fifth in the nation in...

South Carolinians Stand Up for Energy System Freedom of Ownership Act

An op-ed by Jil Littlejohn and Sue Berkowitz demonstrated the best of what democracy has to offer when two South Carolinians called out western...