Monthly Archives: February 2016

NREL Analysis Says Tax Credits Can Boost Renewables, Reduce Emissions Beyond 2020

After a sharp burst of activity on Capitol Hill in December, renewable energy policy seems to have entered a period of inertia. The delay imposed by the Supreme Court on EPA’s implementation of the Clean Power Plan would seem to … Continue reading

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Despite Legal, Legislative Turmoil, Ethanol Industry Remains Solid Contributor

The nation’s ethanol industry gathered for its annual conference in New Orleans this week in what may be considered volatile times for the sector. But whatever challenges corn growers, biofuel producers and value chain members may be facing, this week … Continue reading

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Delay of Clean Power Plan Should Not Deter Renewable Energy Advocacy

The U.S. Supreme Court’s ruling this week blocking further implementation by the Obama administration of the EPA’s Clean Power Plan (CPP) pending full resolution of the legal challenges it faces is being received with major disappointment by renewable energy advocates … Continue reading

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All Pathways to Reduced Emissions Should be Pursued

A survey of statutory requirements set by states to promote cleaner automobiles shows California and nine others have set a quota for sales of “zero emission vehicles” (ZEVs), such as electric (battery-powered) and hydrogen fuel cell cars and light trucks. … Continue reading

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