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U.S. Has Innovation, Determination to Return to Top of Global Clean Energy Market

Early on, the Trump administration announced with some fanfare its “America First” energy initiative, promising to take advantage of the nation’s untapped shale, oil and natural gas reserves, especially those on federal lands. The White House also expressed a very … Continue reading

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Stakeholder Message to the White House: No New Solar Tariffs!

Recommendations for addressing a solar trade dispute are now at the White House, and it is expected that any decision President Trump might make on the case will have a profound impact on one of the more successful, strategically critical … Continue reading

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Waste-to-Energy Systems Need to be Valued Fully, Fairly

In mid-October, the North Carolina Public Utilities Commission (PUC) delayed for another year the requirement that the state’s electricity providers use energy converted from poultry and pork manures to meet a very small percentage of the power they produce under … Continue reading

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GAO Report Underscores Economic Imperative in Addressing Climate Change

A Gallup poll released earlier this year showed record percentages of Americans are concerned about global warming, believe it is occurring, consider it a serious threat and say it is caused by human activity. More than 70 percent recognize the … Continue reading

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Facing Challenges in DC, Renewable Energy Stakeholders Turn to States

Renewable energy advocates and stakeholders have found the current environment in Washington, DC, to be quite challenging, as it is increasingly complicated by the Trump administration’s moves to bolster fossil fuel technologies, while simultaneously attempting to diminish the benefits of … Continue reading

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25x'25 Comments Call on EPA to Advance High Octane Fuels with Ethanol

The deadline is fast approaching for submitting comments to EPA on their Reconsideration of the Final Determination of Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) of greenhouse gas (GHG) standards for model year 2022-25 cars and light trucks. The 25x’25 Alliance is offering input … Continue reading

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National Clean Energy Week to Underscore Economic and Energy Security Benefits

Some of the nation’s leading clean energy organizations are bringing their forces together next week to observe the first annual National Clean Energy Week (NCEW), a public awareness and lobbying campaign that will focus on the economic and energy security … Continue reading

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Bills Offer First Energy Policy Advance in 10 Years; Boost to Farm Energy Programs

Legislation currently pending in Congress offers a path to the nation’s first major energy policy breakthrough in 10 years, while another measure would strengthen renewable energy and energy efficiency programs important to rural America. On the broader scale, S. 1460, … Continue reading

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Congress Should Sustain Support of Ag and Forestry Adaptation, Mitigation Practices

The debate underway in Congress this week on disaster relief spending in the wake of Hurricane Harvey has, as could be expected, raised contentions that the storm, which produced the most severe rain event in U.S. history, can be attributed … Continue reading

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DOE Grid Study Exposes Policy Irony

The release late Wednesday night of the long-awaited DOE grid study brought with it some relief for renewable energy advocates. The study, requested by Energy Secretary Rick Perry, verified what the DOE, the department’s national laboratories, academic and the energy … Continue reading

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