By introducing the bipartisan Energy Innovation and Climate Dividend Act, the clean energy and climate movement has crossed the Delaware.
Like a modern Sam Adams, college senior Alexander Posner recruited a coalition of unlikely allies to fight against the tyranny of dirty energy companies.
Are tariffs of up to 30% on imported solar panels part of a Trumpian war on clean energy? Or is it something less sinister? And are the tariffs that big a deal anyway?
David Hochschild, co-founder of Vote Solar, wants to spread solar by ignoring Congress and working for better solar policy in state capitals. Is he right?
Former South Carolina Congressman Bob Inglis has an idea that could help solar power sell itself. But will progressives like it as much as conservatives seem to?
Ted Halstead has a plan to fix the climate that relies on free market principles. And the good news is that lots of Republicans and conservatives already like it.