The momentum created by billions of dollars in federal incentives and tax credits has been tempered by supply chain constraints and the impacts of inflation and higher interest rates.
New Jersey does not allow electric buses to send electricity directly to the grid, but a program offers up to $50,000 in additional support for projects that use a “vehicle-to-building” strategy.
As state regulators begin a process to repeal renewable energy and energy efficiency standards for electric utilities, a group of lawmakers want the regulators to reconsider clean energy rules they previously rejected.
More than 70 energy-related laws have been introduced in the first month of the Maryland General Assembly’s 2024 session.
A recent report by Groundwork Data illustrates the savings in store for all-electric building owners as gas costs increase in the state.
Slower anticipated growth in California’s population has prompted state regulators to downwardly revise the electricity demand forecast used for grid planning.
A memorandum of understanding announced Feb. 7 sets a goal of heat pump technology comprising 65% of residential heating, cooling and water heating equipment sales by 2030.
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The U.S. Department of Energy has finalized new efficiency standards for residential cooking appliances, ushering in modest increases that will take effect in January 2028.
Consolidated Edison has been cleared to undertake another major system upgrade to meet growing electricity demand in New York City.
The Department of Energy announced four companies have developed high-efficiency cold climate heat pumps as part of its Residential Cold Climate Heat Pump Technology Challenge.