Energy Blogs We Love

Cleaning up our energy supply is a team effort. There are many groups working on energy-related issues, like increasing access to solar energy, improving building performance and enhancing policy. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite blogs that highlight these endeavors:

Energy Advocates

NRDC’s Switchboard
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Switchboard is the staff blog of the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC), one of the nation’s most effective environmental groups.

UCS The Equation
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The Equation is a blog on independent science and practical solutions from the Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS).

Vote Solar
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Vote Solar is hard at work bringing solar energy into the mainstream. Their blog lets you know what’s going on in the solar world and where.

American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy
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ACEEE’s blog keeps track of the latest developments concerning advanced energy efficiency policies, programs, technologies, investments and behaviors.

Resilience
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Brought to you by the Post Carbon Institute, Resilience tracks building community resilience in a world of multiple emerging challenges.

Politics and Policy

The Energy Collective
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The Energy Collective is an independent, moderated forum of the world's best commentary and analysis on energy policy, climate change, energy technologies and fuels and energy innovation.

Today in Energy
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Today in Energy is a blog by the Energy Information Administration that provides topical, timely, short articles about energy news, with information you can understand and use.

Yale 360, Energy
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Yale Environment 360 is an online magazine offering opinion, analysis, reporting and debate on global environmental issues.

The Great Energy Challenge
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National Geographic’s Great Energy Challenge offers stories and solutions for powering the world.

EQ Research
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EQ Research provides policy research and analysis. Their blog keeps track of what’s going on with clean energy regulation and policy.

CFR’s Energy, Security, and Climate
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The Council on Foreign Relations’ Energy, Security, and Climate blog examines policy challenges surrounding energy, security and climate change.

News and Information

GreenTechMedia
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GreenTech Media (GTM) delivers business-to-business news, market analysis and conferences that inform and connect players in the global clean energy market.

CleanTechnica
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CleanTechnica is an indispensable website for cleantech news and commentary.

Fuel Fix
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The Houston Chronicle’s Fuel Fix is a daily must-read source for news and analysis on the energy business.

Home Energy Magazine blog
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Home Energy magazine’s mission is to disseminate objective and practical information on residential energy efficiency, performance, comfort and affordability.


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Responses to "Energy Blogs We Love"
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  1. Distributed Energy Management

    Thank you for the beautiful information about the electric policies and politics, this information is very useful to maintain our electric bills.

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