Why do Companies Engage in Sustainable Activites?

A growing number of companies are committing to clean energy and procuring their electricity from renewable sources such as solar, hydro and wind....

June 29, 2017 by Rodman Green Team
What the Heck is a "Duck Curve"?

Should there be more government support for energy storage research and development? Let us know what you think?...

March 17, 2017 by Rodman Green Team
Solar Job Growth Expected to Continue in States that Support the Industry

Across America, the number of solar jobs have nearly tripled since 2010....

February 24, 2017 by Rodman Green Team
Home Owners Can Reap Credit on Renewable Energy

When it comes to home ownership, the value of energy efficiency extends beyond tight windows and proper insulation. Federal tax credits allow taxpayers to claim a Residential Energy Efficient Property (REEP) Tax Credit for 30% of the cost of eligible solar water heaters, solar electric property, fuel cell property, small wind energy property, and geothermal...

March 2, 2014 by The Rodman Team
Bright Future for Agricultural Anaerobic Digesters in Massachusetts

Aggressive alternative energy regulations, the proposed 2014 ban on food wastes, and a supportive collaboration between, government, utilities and farmers, make power from cows a good Investment for Massachusetts stakeholders, said Bill Jorgenson — Managing Partner at Agreen Energy, LLC. At the “2012 Worcester Business Journal Energy Summit.” A Rodman & Rodman Green Team client...

November 20, 2012 by The Rodman Team
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