The "Big" 10? While the strength of their athletic teams is undeniable, none of the Big 10 states have the most competitive renewable energy standards. Proposition 3 would require that 25% of Michigan's energy be derived from renewable sources by 2025. Passes 25x 2025 would put Michigan at the top of
Ethanol and wind turbines have been very popular renewable energy resources to many Americans, but the U.S. Congress as well as major energy corporations and organizations are now becoming optimistic about the future of America's renewable energy resources. Back in May, House Representative Henry Waxman (Calif.) sponsored a bill known as
The Energy Information Administration, part of the U.S. Department of Energy, has a clean and simple website displaying how much renewable energy the United States uses and where it comes from. Keep in mind the numbers are from 2007.
Renewable energy usage in the United States.Read more
The Department of Energy website is an absolute treasure of knowledge concerning anything you could want to know about energy in this country. Plus they do a good job of making the information understandable.
You can get a quick definition of what a renewable portfolio standard is and a display of which