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- Tag: politics
Published at Jan 23, 2014
A group of energy experts released a thick report that details a laundry list of ways that the President can take executive action to push...
Published at Jan 21, 2014
source: Greentech Media
Will innovation hubs produce better results than the administration’s first push into clean energy manufacturing?
Published at Jan 6, 2014
source: NRDC - Switchboard
Much more work needs be done to defuse the threat of climate change, but America took major steps forward this year. Here are a few...
Published at Oct 23, 2013
source: The Energy Collective
Unfortunately, most states rely almost exclusively on historical data to estimate the frequency and severity of future natural disasters when planning for future natural disasters. ...
Published at Oct 11, 2013
source: Three thoughts on: Transferring the Energiewende to partner countries
Interview with Bernhard Zymla, Head of GIZ Energy
Published at Oct 2, 2013
source: Renewable Energy World
So here we are: the U.S. federal government is in shutdown mode after Congress failed to pass the budget. We've seen this several times in...
Published at Mar 28, 2013
US president Barack Obama has pursued an energy policy he describes as “all of the above,” a bit of Bill Clinton-style triangulation that seeks to...
Published at Mar 19, 2013
source: New Haven Register
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection is proposing broad changes for the state’s Renewable Portfolio Standard.