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Strong Federal Endorsement Could Spur First U.S. Offshore Wind Farm to Begin Construction This Year

News out from the federal Department of Energy suggests a promising future for U.S. offshore wind power. The agency announced it is backing the Cape Wind project in Massachusetts—long expected to be the nation’s first utility-scale offshore wind...

Posted July 6, 2014    

One Year After Sandy, the Need to Safeguard Energy Systems and Climate Remains

The one-year anniversary of Superstorm Sandy brings back acute personal memories for me and my family, memories we will not soon forget. My elderly father-in-law was without power in Manhattan for almost a week. And to bring him food, we climbed up...

Posted October 18, 2013    

Despite Chaos, Department of Energy Moves Forward with Energy Efficiency

The Department of Energy (DOE) took an important step forward by issuing a proposed rule on energy efficiency standards for furnace fans.  If made final after public comment, this initiative will save American consumers at least hundreds...

Posted October 3, 2013    

Renewable Energy in NYC Affordable Housing

Solar power in New York City has a tony reputation.Here in the Big Apple, where solar can eventually supply one-seventh of the city’s power, we like to show off the building-integrated photovoltaics at the luxury Visionaire, in Battery Park City. Or...

Posted January 31, 2013