This week, President Obama highlighted the importance of our vast and varied public lands by issuing a new Presidential Memorandum calling
Three years ago, the Bureau of Land Management designated low-conflict areas for solar energy development on public lands in the Southwest through its Western Solar Plan.
The Department of Interior (DOI) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) set a precedent for smart solar energy in a recent decision to approve three large-scale solar projects in the Dry Lake Solar Energy Zone of southern Nevada.
Like a Saturday night at The Mirage, the bidding was fast paced and high stakes.
Americans still favor energy conservation over oil, gas and coal production, says a
A new report shows that 2013 was a record-shattering year for solar power, the biggest contender for becoming our nation’s leading clean energy source.
Whether or not we take quantifiable steps to fight the causes of climate change will define our generation and determine our future.
The first-ever auction for solar energy development in two of Colorado’s four Solar Energy Zones was a quick one – unfortunately, no solar developers bid on the parcels.
According to last year’s metrics, wind energy was the number one source of new energy in the U.S. in 2012, clocking in at a whopping 43 percent of total new energy generated.