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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.

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.

EPA Will Entertain Full Climate Debate, Including Endangerment Finding

EPA Will Entertain Full Climate Debate, Including Endangerment Finding

Environmental Protection Agency Scott Pruitt said that his agency will formulate the Clean Power Plan’s future in early 2018. And while Pruitt said that the agency would “replace” the proposal and not “repeal” it altogether, others are questioning his true intent.

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.

Apple’s Forests Now Sustainable Enough to Cover the Paper Used in All Packaging

Apple’s Forests Now Sustainable Enough to Cover the Paper Used in All Packaging

(Pictured: Apple Park in Cupertino, CA*) Apple says that 320,000 acres of working forest in China have been certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and that the company is now protecting and creating enough sustainable working forest to cover the paper use in its packaging for all products. Apple’s forestry … Read more »

Exxon’s Shareholders Want the Oil Giant to be More Transparent and Climate Friendly

Exxon’s Shareholders Want the Oil Giant to be More Transparent and Climate Friendly

Just as the president has said the United States would eventually withdraw from the Paris climate accord, the shareholders of the world’s biggest oil company made a very different statement: Exxon Mobil Corp. must increase its transparency and reduce its CO2 releases.

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