The impacts and challenges of climate change are already very real for Native American communities.
Trust and changing the professional climate are essential to establishing new systems in any region.
Energy resilience is a priority going forward. Fortunately, all the institutions and tools required for financing such projects already exist.
What's the best solution for phasing out the federal investment tax credit? And will that solution be politically viable?
As the investment tax credit for solar energy is set to expire soon, faculty at the Stanford Graduate School of Business have issued a guideline for the future.
A behind-the-scenes glimpse of how investors are evaluating evolving financing options for beefing up energy performance.
Weather shocks like Hurricane Sandy have pushed real estate developers in major markets like New York City and Chicago to find new ways to pay for housing that can stand up to a volatile climate.
No, it's not a new LEED standard. A first-of-its-kind trademark program aims to cut both the red tape and the risk associated with energy efficiency retrofits.
How do long-established fossil fuel subsidies impact the budding market for renewable energy?
Farmers Electric Cooperative's pragmatic approach to renewable energy has made it a nationally recognized solar leader.