Legislation enacted across states in 2017 calls for greater diversity in power sources—from expanding renewables to supporting nuclear and natural gas infrastructure. However, there is a clear trend showing the intent to prioritize clean energy and climate policy. States in the forefront of grid modernization plans continue to support renewable development while others are following their models as a way to emulate effective policies.Details
EnerKnol’s alternative energy research focuses on non-fossil fuel and renewable energy industries, covering major U.S. policy developments and industry trends. Detailed insight into the alternative energy industry – biofuels, electric vehicles, energy storage, nuclear power, smart grid, solar power, wave energy, and wind power – provides valuable information for market analysts, clean energy investors, manufacturers supplying the alternative energy industry, and utilities incorporating renewables into their portfolios.