June 18th, 2019

Solar workers and industry advocates across The Palmetto State have been celebrating in the wake of the Energy Freedom Act, which was signed into law by South Carolina Republican Governor Henry McMaster in May. The bill’s passage marks a new era for South Carolina’s solar industry as the state pivots toward fully embracing solar energy. …

South Carolina Solar Rejoices as Energy Freedom Act Signed into Law Read More

February 6th, 2019

During his rousing State of the Union address last night, President Trump struck a forward-looking tone, asking American citizens and urging our leaders to “choose greatness.” He signaled an intent to pursue commonsense policies that members of both parties can support and called on all legislators to adopt a spirit of cooperation and compromise. To …

The State of the Union Address Called for a New Generation of American Greatness — but Overlooked a Key Solution Read More

February 6th, 2019

As most advocates for clean energy already know, the U.S. is in the middle of a natural gas boom. We have seen it transform states across the country, such as Bakken Shale formation in North Dakota, the Marcellus and Utica Shales in Ohio, the Eagle Ford Shale in Texas, and a host of others. Fortunately, …

Liquefied Natural Gas Exports Rise as Price Drops— U.S. Set to be Top 3 Global Exporter Read More

February 4th, 2019

Exciting news came out of Washington recently as the Department of Energy (DoE) announced $40 million worth of funding for American grid modernization. The new funding was announced by Under Secretary of Energy Mark Menezes who spoke on the importance of updating the national grid during his address. “A reliable and resilient grid is essential …

DoE Announces $40 Million to Boost Grid Modernization Research Read More

February 1st, 2019

Football? Beer? Clean energy? As you settle in to watch the big game this weekend, keep your eyes peeled for a commercial from domestic beer stalwart Budweiser. The rather charming and beautiful spot opens with a dalmatian, its ears and jowls rippling against a gust of air as Bob Dylan’s iconic “Blowin’ in the Wind” …

Business Spotlight: Budweiser and the NFL Tackle Clean Energy Read More

January 16th, 2019

Women make up more than half of voters in the U.S., and in the midterm elections last year, their votes were unquestionably the deciding factor in many races—particularly in suburban districts. And that outcome is concerning for the future of the GOP, which is experiencing a widening gender gap.   Fortunately, Republican women are doing something about it: Representative Elise Stefanik (R-NY-21), in particular, has risen …

Rep. Stefanik Leading GOP Efforts to Attract Women—Including Support for Clean Energy Read More

December 13th, 2018

The New Year beckons, as the final weeks of 2018 closes out an exciting year in clean and renewable energy development. By all indications, next year will see renewables in the U.S. soar to new heights, but before we say goodbye to 2018, we want to spotlight Xcel Energy, who just announced a major initiative …

Xcel Energy Draws a Line in the Sand: Utility Company Pledges to Go Carbon-Free by 2050 Read More

December 3rd, 2018

We have officially moved into the holiday season, and one of the greatest gifts to our future is the ability to generate clean energy. Recent years have seen leaders in the private sector take on further responsibility in this arena, and here at CRES, we love highlighting companies that go above and beyond for the …

Business Spotlight: Samsung Drives Worldwide Renewable Infrastructure Read More

November 14th, 2018

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Acting Administrator Andrew Wheeler launched the Cleaner Trucks Initiative (CTI) yesterday to further decrease nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions from on-highway heavy-duty trucks and engines. This is a considerable step towards a cleaner environment through more stringent air pollution standards. Looking at technology advancements and finding innovative ways to make these kinds …

CRES Applauds EPA Move To Lower Emissions  Read More

November 2nd, 2018

Rep. Markwayne Mullin will run for U.S. House in Oklahoma’s 2nd District during November’s elections, and his track record of fighting for energy policy that benefits everyday citizens earned him our official endorsement for his candidacy. In many cases around our nation, energy-related policy still needs to catch up to the new energy technologies that …

Congressman Mullin Fights for Energy Equality with Natural Gas-Fueled Vehicles Read More

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