The States Most Friendly to Rooftop Solar, Ranked

For those of you sick of those year-end lists of best movies and music, here's a slight change of pace. Solar research and advocacy group Solar Power Rocks released its 2017 ranking of the states most friendly to rooftop solar Friday, based on a compilation of state renewables policies and incentives. Massachusetts retained top honors, shaking… Continue reading The States Most Friendly to Rooftop Solar, Ranked

Here’s Every Company That Entered the US Energy Storage Game in 2016

A new year means new resolutions, but here at GTM, we don't care about what you do at the gym.  The real goal-setters out there are the ones committing to enter the fast-changing world of energy storage. It takes confidence, determination and a willingness to keep showing up after the thrill of a new product… Continue reading Here’s Every Company That Entered the US Energy Storage Game in 2016

Controversial Advocacy Group, American Energy Alliance, Now a Force In Shaping Trump Climate Policy

Bloomberg: Meet the Obscure Group Influencing Trump's Energy Policy An obscure Washington policy group that opposes almost any government aid for renewable energy has emerged as an influential force in shaping Donald Trump’s plans to dismantle Obama administration climate initiatives. The tiny Institute for Energy Research and its advocacy arm, the American Energy Alliance, work… Continue reading Controversial Advocacy Group, American Energy Alliance, Now a Force In Shaping Trump Climate Policy

Our Future With a Trump Presidency: A Letter to the Energy R&D Community

The halls of the university these past two months have been filled with conversations between stunned colleagues and confused students about President-elect Trump’s potential energy agenda. Trump’s remarks have earned him the labels of “climate denier” and “clean coal” supporter, and now the President-elect’s actions strongly suggest a bias for fossil fuels and disinterest in… Continue reading Our Future With a Trump Presidency: A Letter to the Energy R&D Community