• Federal Elections and Clean Energy

    Today is the presidential New Hampshire primary, which means ballots have officially been cast on both sides of the aisle. Read more in our Medium post.

  • 2023 in Clean Energy

    2023 has been a big year in the fight for 100% clean energy. In the spirit of end-of-year countdowns, J.R. made lists of the top developments. Check them out in our Medium post.

  • Utilities are using OUR money to block clean energy

    Hidden in my utility bill are “operating costs” that my utility is using to pay for an army of lobbyists. Read more on our Medium page.

  • Happy Anniversary, Inflation Reduction Act!

    This law is, as the president would say, a BFD. It is a historic investment in the clean energy transition, and this day is worth celebrating. Let’s dig in to see what the bill has achieved and what’s next. Read more on our Medium page.

  • NY HEAT heats up, but never boils

    New Yorkers want to leave fossil fuels behind. That’s why thousands took action to write and call your state representatives and ask them to pass the NY HEAT Act, a bill which would have ended subsidies for new expensive fossil-fuel natural gas pipelines and charted out an affordable path to clean, healthy, electric homes for […]

  • Top Ten Steps to Achieve 100% Clean Energy

    The Department of Energy issued a report last week on the ten steps we need to take to achieve 100% clean energy. I’m proud that Counterspark does work in regard to each of these steps. The steps are listed in our Medium post along with information about how Counterspark is making an impact on each […]

  • Maryland Goes Big on Offshore Wind

    Gov. Wes Moore (D-MD) signed into law the Promoting Offshore Wind Energy Resources Act (POWER Act). This is a huge victory for clean energy in Maryland, and we are excited about the role we and our supporters had in getting to this point. Read more on our Medium page.

  • We all deserve clean and healthy homes

    This means that we spend more than 90 percent of our days breathing indoor air — a direct product of the infrastructure, technologies, appliances, and fuels that we use to power our lives. These staples of the modern building, such as furnaces, water heaters, clothes dryers, and ovens and stoves, have had a big (though largely invisible) […]

  • The path to a clean energy future, from here

    It’s a path that gets us to a future where the air we breathe is cleaner, our children have a chance at a habitable planet, and our economy is stronger than ever because we’ve created millions of new jobs across the economy. Read more on our Medium page.