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Tax Bill Pits Renewable Energies Against Fossil Fuels

Tax Bill Pits Renewable Energies Against Fossil Fuels

The federal tax bill now pending in the US Congress would favor oil and gas development over renewable energy projects, all to the consternation of hi-tech companies that now rely on wind and solar energies to power their businesses.

Is 35 GW of Energy Storage Possible by 2035?

Is 35 GW of Energy Storage Possible by 2035?

Energy storage could save the grid $4 billion in all and add as as many as 167,000 new jobs. That is according to the Energy Storage Association that says as much as 35 gigawatts of new energy storage could be added by 2025, all of which would alleviate the pressures that the current system faces. 

DuPont’s Expected Sale of Cellulosic Biofuels Plant is a Sign of the Times

DuPont’s Expected Sale of Cellulosic Biofuels Plant is a Sign of the Times

DuPont said it would stop operations at an advanced biofuel’s plant, or cellulosic facility. It cited its merger with Dow Chemical as one of the reasons why it made this decision — a $150 billion deal that closed in August and that reshapes and redefines the combined enterprise.

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Most CO2 Emissions Are Coming From World’s Biggest Companies. What to do?

Over the last three years, carbon emissions from the top 250 emitters have been flat, although to fulfill the terms of the Paris agreement, they need to fall by 3% a year, a Thompson Reuters report says.

Court Hands Victory to Trucking Industry Tied to Fuel Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Standards

Court Hands Victory to Trucking Industry Tied to Fuel Efficiency and Greenhouse Gas Standards

The trucking sector got a legal victory when the Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia said that the industry will not have to comply with fuel efficiency and greenhouse gas standards tied to trailers.

November Climate Summit Will Create a Rule Book. What Will be the US Role?

November Climate Summit Will Create a Rule Book. What Will be the US Role?

The global community will meet in November in Bonn, Germany to hammer the details of a climate agreement reached in Paris in December 2015 — one that the United States had once been a part but one that it now “rejects.”

Watchdog Study: Cost of Climate Change to US Businesses in the Billions

Watchdog Study: Cost of Climate Change to US Businesses in the Billions

The Government Accountability Office said this week that the federal government has spent $350 billion over the last decade on disaster assistance programs like wildfires, hurricanes and crop relief.

EPA Won’t Back Down From Ethanol Requirements. What Do Automakers Say?

EPA Won’t Back Down From Ethanol Requirements. What Do Automakers Say?

The EPA won’t be giving out any waivers to allow oil refiners to avoid upcoming ethanol requirements, which may also have an impact on the automakers that have concerns.

China Crack Down on Factories May Help Them Market to American Retailers

China Crack Down on Factories May Help Them Market to American Retailers

The Chinese government is forcing factories there to take a bitter pill — one that is difficult to swallow in the short term but over time, will give its industries a better chance to compete in the international economy.

Do ‘Sue and Settle’ Policies Work Against Industry? EPA Chief Pruitt Thinks So

Do ‘Sue and Settle’ Policies Work Against Industry? EPA Chief Pruitt Thinks So

Environmental Protection Administrators Scott Pruitt says that he is ending the practice of regulation through litigation, which he describes as “sue and settle” — or policies that are brought about because of lawsuits that may fall outside the parameters of the intended laws.