Monthly Archives: December 2013

Latest EIA Energy Forecast Should Catalyze Renewable Energy Stakeholders to Act

News coming out of the DOE’s Energy Information Administration (EIA) this week has certainly been greeted by the fossil fuel industry with considerable enthusiasm. The EIA says U.S. oil production is headed to some record levels in a few years; … Continue reading

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Movement toward Ag Adaptation, Mitigation Goes Global

Important work has long been underway to address the challenge of agricultural productivity in a time of growing global population and changing climate. Initiatives, including the recent work of a 25x’25 work group, are addressing the need for adaptation to … Continue reading

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NREL Numbers Demonstrate Value of Renewable Energy Policies

Renewable energy stakeholders once again find themselves at a time of the year where being optimistic about the growth of clean energy alternatives is not easy to muster. Congressional funding of farm energy programs remain uncertain during this time of … Continue reading

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