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On June 23 a workshop at the Mount Vernon Unitarian Church in Alexandria will provide in-depth information from solar experts.
Dominion Power wants to build more natural gas plants. Even Dominion's CEO knows that's a bad idea, but do our regulators?
Members of Congress want to force through the pipeline that would carry Canadian tar sands oil to the international market . It's not the end of the world, but it does take us one step closer to it.
Is Virginia getting any closer to having a real market for renewable energy? Judging from this year's legislative session, the answer is yes. . . and no. . .
The rap on renewable energy is that it’s too variable to meet society’s demand for a constant supply of electricity. The answer to the problem turns out to be: More renewables.
Natural gas was supposed to be the dream fuel. What went wrong?
In a few weeks, Virginia's General Assembly will consider legislation to change our failed renewable energy law. But does that mean reform, repeal, or a new coat of greenwash?
Even if Dominion Power meets the goals in Virginia's renewable energy law, it won't do it with wind or solar--but it will still collect a bonus from customers.
Virginia's renewable energy law has been criticized for rewarding utilities while making no progress. But it's even worse than you know.
Politicians who favor offshore oil drilling off the Virginia Coast should tell us their Plan B.
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