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WASHINGTON — The Obama administration's energy chief asked Congress on Tuesday to consider nuclear power and other nonrenewable sources in a man...
Those who believe that renewable electricity standards would create a huge number of green jobs have forgotten the lesson of Detroit: a large domestic market does not guarantee a healthy domestic industry.
Let's hope that a bipartisan group of six U.S. senate visionaries can accomplish what so far has eluded those of us hoping to bring more clean energy ...
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We appreciate Obama's leadership on clean energy, yet the extremely limited legislative calendar demands a much deeper level of personal involvement than he and his administration have demonstrated.
It should surprise no one that fossil fuel industry interests have gone into overdrive on this issue and turned a clear no-brainer into a rather "Murky" one that is expected to come down to the wire.
At least in the short term, we should think of carbon pricing as a funding mechanism for clean energy policies. It's a form of responsible budgeting: nothing more, nothing less.
Roll Call is reporting that Representatives Waxman and Boucher have reached an agreement on several critical provisions of the American Clean Energy and Security Act.
Representatives Henry Waxman and Ed Markey Tuesday at long last made public a discussion draft of the American Clean Energy and Security Act (ACES). ...
Brian Wolff's new job at the Edison Electric Institute, at least ostensibly, is to make it difficult for his former bosses to succeed on energy policy.
Terry McAuliffe filed papers in Virginia today. He called a few Virginia bloggers to talk about his potential candidacy.
Because of its extraordinary number of sun hours per year and its predominant winds, New Mexico could be turned into an El Dorado of clean, alternative, renewable energy.
Carbon County, in a poetic turn, is now set to host the second largest solar facility in the nation.
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