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Department of Energy announced the launch of the Clean Energy Corps

Have you ever considered a career in clean energy? If the answer is no, the Department of Energy is hoping you might think again.  At the beginning of January, the DOE announced the launch of the Clean Energy Corps. The Corps is comprised of staff from more than a dozen offices across the DOE, all working together to find solutions to the climate crisis and help implement the Bipartisan Infrastructure…

Department of Energy announced the launch of the Clean Energy Corps

Have you ever considered a career in clean energy? If the answer is no, the Department of Energy is hoping you might think again.  At the beginning of January,...

Nebraska is the first Republican-controlled state to adopt carbon neutrality in the U.S.

Earlier this month, the Nebraska Public Power District’s Board of Directors made history by approving a goal to achieve net-zero carbon emissions from the state’s power sector by 2050....

Veterans Are Powering Our Clean Energy Future

As National Veterans and Military Families Month comes to an end, we take one more opportunity to salute the men and women who serve our country.  Veterans play an...

More Investment and Clean Energy Jobs Are Headed to Illinois

On September 15, 2021, Illinois governor J.B. Pritzker signed historic clean energy legislation into law. SB 2408 will bring billions of dollars in investment and thousands of clean energy...

Clean Power Annual report shows record U.S. renewables growth and investment

In 2020, the United States topped 170 gigawatts (GW) of clean energy after a record 26 GW of projects came online in 2020. This news was announced as the...

Renewables in YOUR community

Looking around the area where you live, you may have noticed that the presence and availability of renewable energy has increased significantly over the last several years.  From wind...

Transmission Infrastructure will Lead the Next Wave of Clean Energy Development

Did you know the United States’ electric grid has a nearly failing C- grade? It’s no surprise. In fact, some parts of our electric transmission grid are 100 years...

Five details of the “American Jobs Plan” that will move the U.S. forward

On March 31st in Pittsburgh, President Biden announced plans to pursue once-in-a-generation infrastructure legislation that would invest over $2 trillion in America’s roads, railways, water systems, and electricity infrastructure....

Renewables hold promise for Rural America new report shows

Most of the time, we tend to think of renewable energy as a “green” alternative to conventional fossil fuel plants that are part of a broader climate change solution....

Renewables are critical to addressing climate change

In the coming years, one of the biggest questions facing policymakers will be how to reduce carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions responsible for global climate change. But while renewable energy...

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