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Maria Gallucci

Maria Gallucci is the clean economy reporter for InsideClimate News, covering issues ranging from electric vehicles and solar energy trends to carbon trading and state-level climate policies. She previously worked in Mexico City as a reporter for the top English-language newspaper, The News, and as a stringer for the Associated Press. She has a degree in journalism from Ohio University's Honors Tutorial College.

You can reach her by email at maria.gallucci@insideclimatenews.org


N.Y. Regulator, Con Ed Embrace Plan to Climate-Proof Power Grid

Mar 12 , 2014
First-in-the-nation ruling requires New York's biggest utility to integrate climate science into all of its planning, construction and budget decisions.

New Solar Financing Options Sprout for U.S. Homeowners

Mar 3 , 2014
Thinking of going solar or investing in the sector? Options range from loans and leases for rooftops, to crowdfunding, debt securities and bond issues.

California Startup Turns Old Wind Turbines Into Gold

Feb 25 , 2014
PowerWorks is part of a niche market that is emerging for selling second-hand turbines to mainly developing countries and island nations.

If 50 Tons of Pipe Falls From a Crane, Does Anyone See It?

Jan 21 , 2014
A landowner-turned-activist in Michigan captures a pipeline construction accident on video, and fearing damage, gets Enbridge to replace the pipe.

In 2013, Climate 'Resiliency' Officially Entered the Lexicon

Dec 31 , 2013
The 'tidal wave of interest' in building climate-resilient cities is expected to snowball next year as various initiatives pick up speed.

American Cities Tapped to Spur 'Climate Resiliency' Action Worldwide

Dec 18 , 2013
'Resiliency has risen to one of the top subjects that we talk about now in the sustainability world.'

De Blasio Mum on NYC Climate Plan, Despite Boost From Rockefeller Foundation

Dec 9 , 2013
New effort could help cement the city's reputation for climate action, but it's still unclear if Mayor-elect de Blasio has any real interest in the issue.

Inside DOE, One of World's Biggest Clean Energy Finance Shops Is Back in Business

Oct 9 , 2013
At the often misunderstood DOE Loan Programs Office, 200 staffers work to fill a critical financing hole for new energy technologies in the United States.