U.S. Department of Energy - Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

Water Power Program

Back to News

News Archives - 2005


Bush Administration Pushes Renewable Energy on Public Lands
Massachusetts Offers $25 Million for Renewable Energy Certificates


New York State Funds Two Wind Power and Three Hydropower Projects
USDA Conservation Program Includes Efficiency, Renewable Incentives
Ongoing Drought in Northwest Threatens Hydropower Production


Eastern States Offer a Variety of Renewable Energy Incentives
Pennsylvania Offers $10 Million for Clean Energy Projects
New Mexico Bills to Encourage Efficiency and Renewable Energy
NREL Reports Growth in Utility Green Power Sales in 2004
Wisconsin Paper Mills Cut Costs with Energy Efficiency, Hydropower
U.S. Air Force Leads the Nation in Green Power Purchases
Iowa Governor Orders Greater Use of Efficiency and Renewable Energy
District of Columbia Adopts a Renewable Energy Requirement
Idaho Provides Financing, Tax Rebates for Renewable Projects


Montana Laws Set Requirements for Renewable Energy and Ethanol


South Korea to Build World's Largest Tidal Energy Plant
Vermont Sets Renewable Energy Requirement; Iowa Expands Tax Credits
David Garman Sworn in as Under Secretary of Energy
Nevada Law Promotes Green Building, Alters Renewable Mandate


Massachusetts Joins Effort to Build "Green" Affordable Housing
Illinois Adopts Requirements for Efficiency, Renewable Energy


Texas More than Doubles its Renewable Energy Requirement
U.S. Joins Asia-Pacific Partnership on Clean Development
Power Production from Renewable Energy Aided by Energy Act


Massachusetts and Illinois Support Large Renewable Energy Projects
Federal Agencies Publish New Hydropower Licensing Rules


Corporate Group Reaches 360 Megawatts of Green Power Capacity
Massachusetts and Connecticut Offer Renewable Energy Funding
IRS Seeks Applications for $800 Million in Clean Energy Bonds
FERC Issues Rules Enabling Tax Credits for Hydropower Expansions