“Kids look at it, and they see a castle,” says Scott Miller, executive director of Just For Kids Advocacy Center, of the nonprofit organization’s new Beckley, West Virginia, headquarters. That castle is now solar-powered by a 14-panel ground array, which was unveiled in a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Oct. 25.
Our guide breaks down what the new clean energy programs can do for your home, business and community.
In 2022 and 2023, opponents of the Mountain Valley Pipeline have witnessed a number of victories and setbacks.
Farmers and small businesses are reaping clean energy and cost-saving benefits from the Rural Energy for America Program.
Two consortiums of power companies and other businesses are seeking federal funding for proposed regional hydrogen energy hubs. Most hydrogen energy production processes produce climate-altering emissions.
The Appalachian Solar Finance Fund has supported 32 new projects since its launch in November 2021.
Going solar has become more accessible and affordable for nonprofit organizations, businesses, and local governments in Appalachia. Communities near a recently closed coal mine or coal-fired power plant directly benefit from significant federal funding flowing into the region.
H.R.4368 makes significant cuts to critical investments in rural energy that could delay improvements to rural energy infrastructure by decades, leaving rural communities vulnerable to energy insecurity, continued fossil fuel pollution and volatile electricity costs.
For those who have poured heart and soul into the fight against the Mountain Valley Pipeline for nearly a decade, June 1 was a horrible night.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 14, 2023 CONTACT: Chelsea Barnes, Director of Government Affairs and Strategy, (614) 205-6424, firstname.lastname@example.org Today, the House Committee on Appropriations passed a Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations bill for the Department of Agriculture and other programs that…