Search Can You Stop the Wind From Blowing? November 11, 2022 Source: WBUR Radio In this November 7 story, the state of Massachusetts rejects a claim by a utility that current offtake prices make a wind project infeasible. Where Policy Promotes Deployment, Community Solar Achieves It October 28, 2022 Source: Chicago Tribune This introductory article signals, arguably, the moment when community solar breaks into the mainstream discussion. it focuses on a state whose policy aggressively promotes decarbonization. Disaster Tested and Shining Through October 07, 2022 Source: NPR On October 6, All Things Considered took note of a development near Fort Myers, FL that delivered on a promise of withstanding disaster with solar and other resilient design elements. Darkness in the Sunshine State September 30, 2022 Source: E & E News On September 30, the industry standard-bearer peered into Ian's wreckage and saw shortcomings with supply chains and planning. The Difference Between Heat Rash and Severe Dehydration September 16, 2022 Source: Reuters On September 13, news organizations noted that President Biden talked up climate policy aimed at growing a pollution-free economy over the next two decades despite the fact that prices had gone up on an annual basis from the previous August. A Very Big Connection May 27, 2022 Source: Reuters This May 26 story details a recently approved 416-mile transmission line due to run from Utah through Colorado to Wyoming, opening capacity for renewable supply along its western way. The Net-Net Looks Like a Mess-Mess April 01, 2022 Source: Washington Post This March 31 analysis looks at squabbles with utilities over who bears the transmission cost when more people generate their own clean power. It focuses on Florida and California.