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Ridiculous rate rhetoric

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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New GA Report Offers Efficiency Alternatives to Dirty Coal

On Tuesday, March 9th the Ochs Center for Metropolitan Studies out of Chattanooga, TN released a report entitled, "Energy Efficiency as an Alternative Strategy for the Power4Georgians EMC".  The report identifies how…

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Lawmakers must create renewable-energy jobs

Opinion Editorial by Stephen Smith Originally published March 19, 2009 in the Orlando Sentinel Aaron Deslatte's column, "Legislature 2010: Can Lawmakers Create Jobs?" on OrlandoSentinel.com recently, provided a good overview of the…

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NC Experts Spar Over Future Energy Plans

John D. Wilson co-wrote this blog. What's the future for energy in the Tarheel state? This week, the North Carolina Utilities Commission (NCUC) considered the energy plans of Duke Energy, Progress Energy…

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Energy efficiency also helps low-income customers

  State House Rep. Joe Gibbons - Photo: Tallahassee Democrat Rep. Joe Gibbons has kindly allowed us to reprint his published essay.  He addresses the critical need that low-income utility customers have…

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ACEEE says more, More, MORE energy efficiency

This blog was written by John D. Wilson, former Deputy Director for Regulatory Policy at the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy.

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Tracking the Biodiesel Industry

Policies that will Help Grow the Industry The past 12 months have been a rough time for the biodiesel industry and some believe much of the biodiesel industry’s problems are self-induced. The…

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North Carolina Asks the Climate Question

March 2nd and 3rd, 2010 marked a significant step forward for North Carolina on dealing with the challenges and opportunities posed by climate change. For the first time in North Carolina's history…

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Florida RPS: Glass half-full or half-empty?

Debates about our clean energy future always come around to the glass half-full or half-empty idiom.  When we contemplate changing markets, expansion of renewable technologies, and other uncertainties, some folks just have…

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Wind powering the Emerald Isle

Each year, St. Patrick's Day brings out the Irish in all of us - that unexplainable urge to wear green, to enjoy soda bread with a Guinness and to listen to fiddle…