EPA Clean Power Plan

Wildlife Reserves Singapore Prepare To Open River Safari Attraction

Republican Congressmen have opened up a new line of attack on the EPA’s Clean Power Plan by drawing attention to the threat the plan could cause to manatees who enjoy the warm water discharged from one of Florida’s biggest coal fired power plants. Manatees, Florida’s state marine mammal, are gentle, slow-moving, herbivorous creatures commonly called… Keep reading →

Obama Nominates New Energy Secretary, New EPA Administrator

Today President Obama singed an executive order regarding federal government energy targets, he toured a solar panel installation on the Department of Energy’s roof and gave some brief remarks before kicking off a roundtable with large US companies that do over $1 billion in business with the federal government. These companies are all making significant… Keep reading →

New Combined Electricity Project Connect Spain and France

The Obama administration is holding fast to a George W. Bush-era scenario in which wind provides 20 percent of U.S. electricity by 2030 – doing it one better, actually, suggesting 35 percent wind by 2050 is viable – although it acknowledges that a wide range of challenges will have to be overcome to pull it… Keep reading →

EPA's Michael Leavitt Signs Clean Air Nonroad Diesel Rule

President Obama’s proposed budget for 2016 invests heavily in his agenda to combat climate change. “The failure to invest in climate solutions and climate preparedness does not just fly in the face of the overwhelming judgment of science — it is fiscally unwise.” – The White House, as reported by the National Journal The proposal… Keep reading →

Congress Holds Ceremony Marking 50th Anniversary Of The Civil Rights Act Of 1964

The ensuing Republican majority in both Houses of Congress following the 2014 Mid-Term election leaves President Obama in a precarious position regarding healthcare reform, foreign policy and economic recovery. But it is U.S. energy policy that could have the most tangible long-term effect on American society. Since securing re-election in 2012, Obama has taken significant… Keep reading →

California Continues To Lead U.S. In Green Technology

Republicans are vowing to try to derail the Obama administration’s proposed rules for reducing carbon emissions for existing power plants, but on the last day for public comment on the Environmental Protection Agency plan, the organizations that support it weren’t giving any ground – in fact, they offered analysis and argument pressing the EPA to… Keep reading →

New Climate Report Names Current Decade As Warmest On Record

The leading U.S. wind energy industry group has to be creative when it comes to ringing alarm bells for a renewal of the Production Tax Credit. After all, it’s something they do every couple of years. Now, with the PTC already a year out of date and a presumably less renewables-friendly Congress waiting in the… Keep reading →