Renewable Energy Blog Launches

Smith Energy, a Cambridge, MA-based developer of wind, solar, and energy storage projects, today launched a news and opinion blog called Build Baby Build. The blog is focused mainly on helping community members organize distributed generation projects such as wind farms. “Time and time again, important renewable energy projects fail because of a small but well-organized opposition,” the blog’s co-editor, Jeff Rosenberg, said in a statement. “It’s a lot harder to organize in support of something than it is to organize against it, but that’s just what we need to do.”

Wade Roush is a freelance science and technology journalist and the producer and host of the podcast Soonish. Follow @soonishpodcast

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3 responses to “Renewable Energy Blog Launches”

  1. Eric B says:

    I just took a look at Build Baby Build and it is a great blog! I encourge everyone to look at the post called: Five Ways To Advocate For Renewable Energy in Your Community. I feel most people are not sure what they can do to make a difference, even if they want to, so this post and the whole blog rocks!

  2. Amir says:

    My friend and I have twin websites on energy/green reform and health reform. Please do check them out. We think you will enjoy the sites and all clicks on the health site go to charity.

    Front page is and there is a redirect link at the top to the energy blog.


    Amir Satvat