EDF, et al. v. NHTSA, et al.

Complaint challenging NHTSA's preemption rule.


Ten Ways Your Community Can Go Solar Toolkit: Part Seven

Community solar programs can allow apartment occupants and others who cannot install their own solar systems to purchase and benefit from clean solar energy. A 2015 Department of Energy and National Renewable Energy Lab report estimates that nearly half of all consumers and businesses are unable to install their own solar photovoltaic systems for a number of reasons. They may not own their building or have access to sufficient, sunny roof space. Community solar expands access by allowing customers to rent or own a set of panels in a shared solar project and receive a credit on their utility bill based on their share of the generated power.


Environment America Sues U.S. Department of Energy over New Energy Efficiency Standards Process Rule

Petition for review by Natural Resources Defense Council, Sierra Club, Consumer Federation of America, Massachusetts Union of Public Housing Tenants, Environment America, and U.S. Public Interest Group against the U.S. Department of Energy and Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette, as filed in the U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit.