KUNC 91.5 Community Radio for Northern Colorado interviewed Jeff Cramer, a partner and co-founder of 38 North, who opened a Western Regional office in Denver, Colorado. Read the full story here.
Following the announcement by 38 North Solutions of the westward expansion with the opening of the Denver office, POLITICO’s Morning Energy covered the news. Link to the full story here.
As the 113th Congress adjourns for the holidays, the 38 North Solutions team is excited to announce the opening of a western regional office in Denver, CO, that will allow the firm to maintain a greater national presence. Over the last two years, we have found that much of the clean energy and innovation work […]
The team of 38 North joined forces with Jim Wrathall and Eli Hinckley of Sullivan and Worcester LLP to develop EDGE Distributed Energy Advisory, a newsletter detailing distributed energy finance efforts in the United States and globally. As technologies and policies begin to move the electric grid to a more decentralized system, our two teams […]
The team at 38 North has found that, while it is important to work closely with EPA on their important carbon-related rule-makings and to keep Congress informed on a wide variety of topics and issues, much of the real action in clean energy is taking place in the states. Statehouses and utility commissions are setting policies for renewables, energy […]
As we celebrate our nation’s independence, some of us head for the East Coast beaches where Hurricane Arthur will keep folks hunkered down; others are heading for the cooler mountains; others are staying in the sweltering DC swamp. Whatever the weather, climate change has been creeping back into our consciousness thanks to the President’s Climate Action […]
Background and Process This week EPA proposed a rule to regulate greenhouse gases from existing coal power plants under section 111(d) of the Clean Air Act. EPA estimates the regulation will reduce national carbon dioxide emission levels by up to 30% by 2030. With the proposal’s release, the public now has 120 days to file comments, before […]
Last week as newly installed Ambassador Baucus headed for China, Senator Mary Landrieu took the helm of Senate Energy and Natural Resources and Senator Ron Wyden moved over to Chair Senate Finance, shifting his focus from energy policy to energy taxes. The most pressing issue at hand for clean energy and innovation is the extension […]
As the Polar Vortex was pummeling the nation with sub-Arctic temperatures, the Environmental Protection Agency this week issued its draft rule for new power plants. This is the first foray into regulating greenhouse gas emissions at the national level for new power plants. The EPA will be taking comments for 60 days, but this is […]
Last week President Obama announced several initiatives to continue implementation of the Climate Action Plan announced last summer. The Administration announced that the DOE Better Buildings Challenge will expand its program to multi-family housing and has started three Better Buildings accelerators focused on energy data, performance contracting, and industrial performance. In addition, the White House issued a Presidential Memorandum that builds on Executive […]