RENEW

RENEW is a non-profit association uniting the renewable energy industry and environmental advocates whose mission involves coordinating the ideas and resources of its members with the goal of promoting and increasing renewable energy in New England and New York.

New Report Details Significant Economic Benefits of Additional Carbon Reductions in RGGI States

Synapse Energy Economics Inc. and the Sierra Club, in partnership with the Chesapeake Climate Action Network and Pace Energy and Climate Center, released a report today detailing the significant economic benefits of aligning the Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative (RGGI) targets with the nine member states’ climate policies as part of this year’s Program Review. The […]

2016 Offshore Wind Leadership Conference

February 29 – March 1, Boston MA The 2016 U.S. Offshore Wind Leadership Conference is the must-attend event for offshore wind energy leaders in manufacturing, clean renewable energy and services industries. Over the last year, the U.S. offshore wind industry has been energized up and down the East Coast of the United States. And the […]

Is Your State Betting Too Much on Natural Gas for Electricity? A New UCS Analysis Takes a Look

This post is by John Rogers who is a senior energy analyst with the Union of Concerned Scientists and a director on the RENEW Northeast board. Alongside photos of the local apple festival and headlines about the school budget, recently the front page of my small town’s weekly newspaper has been full of talk about […]

AWEA WINDPOWER 2016

May 23 – 26, New Orleans, LA WINDPOWER is the focal point for wind professionals to network with and learn from industry leaders and experts, and to discover the latest in industry products and services. All of your industry peers – and competitors – will be at WINDPOWER 2016; it’s where serious wind professionals convene […]

RENEW Supports ISO New England Rule Changes Benefiting Renewable Energy

On April 15, 2015, ISO New England submitted tariff revisions for the dispatch of certain wind and hydro resources, which are classified as Intermittent Power Resources under the market rules, using Do Not Exceed Dispatch Points. RENEW Northeast submitted comments on May 14 that strongly support the ISO’s proposal to implement a system for the […]