Monthly Archives: November 2012

Recent Events Show Biofuels Battle is Entering a New Stage

Recent days have brought developments that both depress and encourage biofuels advocates, and in some cases, get them mad. Let’s start with the oil industry ratcheting up its challenge to anything it perceives as intruding on its market. The American … Continue reading

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Extension of Renewable Energy Tax Credits Needed Now

The election may be over, but the echoes of political rhetoric still linger, some of it surrounding soon-to-expire renewable energy tax credits. Much of the criticism falsely claims that these credits are government subsidies that don’t really help the renewable … Continue reading

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25x’25 REsource: IEA Report Underscores Need to Sustain Renewable Energy Development

The International Energy Agency released a report this week estimating that global energy demand will grow by more than one-third in a little more than 20 years. That kind of surge in demand will be a daunting challenge. But the … Continue reading

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