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White House Expected to Propose Slashing Funds for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

White House Expected to Propose Slashing Funds for Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy

The White House plans to propose cutting energy efficiency and renewable energy programs at the Department of Energy by 72%, pitting fossil fuels against wind and solar. Businesses are expected to weigh in.

Energy Regulators Still Working to Increase Grid Resiliency and Reliability

Energy Regulators Still Working to Increase Grid Resiliency and Reliability

Federal energy regulators rejected a Trump administration plan to increase grid resiliency and reliability for corporations by subsidizing older coal and nuclear plants, saying it would deter investments in grid modernization.

Trump To Rollback Obama-era Fracking Rules to Help Manufacturers

Trump To Rollback Obama-era Fracking Rules to Help Manufacturers

The Trump administration has now given formal notice that it will repeal an Obama-era rule that has strict standards for hydraulic fracking on public lands — all part of what the president says is his ongoing effort to rollback regulations and to encourage domestic energy production that will reduce cost for US manufacturers. 

Tax Measure Expected to Pass this Week and to Pacify Renewables Sector

Tax Measure Expected to Pass this Week and to Pacify Renewables Sector

The tax bill just reconciled by the US House and US Senate keeps the traditional benefits afforded all energy forms, including oil and gas as well as wind and solar.

Global Leaders and Businesses Connect in Paris to Reaffirm Climate Goals

Global Leaders and Businesses Connect in Paris to Reaffirm Climate Goals

Global leaders and international businesses joined hands in Paris this week to affirm their commitment to the global climate treaty and to share the wealth with developing nations. Is it enough?

Oil Companies Vow to Cut Their Methane Emissions

Oil Companies Vow to Cut Their Methane Emissions

Several oil companies have said that they would cut their methane emissions, acknowledging that doing so would help fight climate change. In doing so, they will be transparent while pushing for meaningful regulations.

Blankenship Conviction Causes Concern for Coal and Other Dangerous Industries

Blankenship Conviction Causes Concern for Coal and Other Dangerous Industries

The United States Supreme Court will not hear an appeal from a convicted coal baron Don Blankenship, who served a year in prison for violating mine safety standards. Coal groups had expressed their concerns over zealous prosecutions for unforeseen workplace disasters.

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