Something amazing is happening in the Southeast. Call it a groundswell, a call-to-action -- just don't call it a fluke. Southeastern cities are taking charge of their futures by addressing the key contributor to climate change in their cities - the energy use of buildings.
This weekend, my Memorial Day observance will include toasting a historic two weeks of regulatory activity in favor of low-income utility customers in Maryla
What do kale, resume-polishing, and power tools have in common with the behavior of our nation’s utilities? Well, have you ever put something off because you weren’t sure how to start or even whether it would be worth the effort?
The potential for cost-effective energy savings in the rental apartments where millions of low-income Americans live is substantial -- as much as 32 percent for electricity and 24 percent for natural gas.