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Obama’s Last Gasp Climate Proposals

Obama’s Last Gasp Climate Proposals

President Barack Obama will not go down as the president who saved us from climate change. He won’t even go down as the president who inspired us to national action on climate change. He’s no Al Gore. But Obama has continued to take incremental steps to do what he can about the problem, over the… Keep reading →

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Fracking In California Under Spotlight As Some Local Municipalities Issue Bans

Chesapeake Energy, the second-largest natural gas producer in the United States, plunged as much as 50 percent on Monday after multiple reports that it had hired restructuring attorneys. [CNBC] David Cameron is making an enormous “legacy mistake” by going all-out for fracking in the UK, the actor and environmental activist Mark Ruffalo has warned. [The… Keep reading →


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Sun Blankets New York City, Ahead Of Cold Front Returning Despite Start Of Spring

The state is looking for an organization to help build a distributed energy marketplace.  If New York’s plan to overhaul its energy market is ever going to materialize, the state will need every stakeholder to get involved. One of the most crucial tasks will be running the platform to connect customers, third-party energy providers and… Keep reading →

Google To Buy Smart Thermostat Maker Nest For 3.2 Billion

You can save money on your heating and cooling bills by simply resetting your thermostat when you are asleep or away from home. You can do this automatically without sacrificing comfort by installing an automatic setback or programmable thermostat. Using a programmable thermostat, you can adjust the times you turn on the heating or air-conditioning… Keep reading →

President Obama Delivers State Of The Union Address

In his eighth and final State of the Union address, President Obama focused on his views of and hopes for the future beyond his last year in office.


Imagine a mother reading a story to her child. They’re snuggled up in a chair, the soft lamplight illuminating their storybook as a cold winter wind blows outside the window. It’s a scene we often take for granted – a book, the light to read it by and a warm, comfortable home – yet all… Keep reading →

Congress Struggles With Funding Repairs To U.S. Capitol Dome

Senate Democrats on Thursday blocked a comprehensive energy bill after majority Republicans rejected hundreds of millions of dollars in emergency federal aid to Flint, Michigan, to fix and replace the city’s lead-contaminated pipes. [Fox News] The US renewable energy industry installed 16 GW of clean energy in 2015, which is 68% of all new capacity… Keep reading →


Clinton’s ‘Get Out of Jail Free’ Card Above The Law

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Texas Gulf Coast Prepares For Hurricane Ike

Last week, GridWise Alliance released its 3rd Annual Grid Modernization Index (GMI), a ranking of every state’s progress toward modernization of our nation’s electric system – and Texas impressively placed third. The Alliance, a leading smart grid coalition which includes Environmental Defense Fund, based its assessment on state policies, customer engagement, and investment in advancing… Keep reading →

Energy Secretary Moniz Delivers Address On Energy Supply And Exports

“India’s membership in the Convention on Supplementary Compensation for Nuclear Damage (CSC) is a crucial step toward facilitating the growth of safe, civilian nuclear energy in the world’s second most populous country. In addition, India’s membership is a major step towards the global liability regime called for by the IAEA’s Nuclear Safety Action Plan to… Keep reading →

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