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Regulation  -  January 30, 2017

Outgoing FERC chairman resigns from commission

Norman Bay, who up until Jan. 26 had been serving as Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, has resigned.
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January 28, 2017

Weekend reads: Automated buildings; largest wind farm ok'd; Trump's infrastructure plans & more

Kick back with these can't miss energy stories from around the web.
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Regulation  -  January 21, 2017

Weekend reads: Trump's 1st energy moves; China backs off coal; Tesla cleared in death probe & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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GHG Emissions  -  January 14, 2017

Weekend reads: 'Clean coal' plant revs up; NY's nuke shutdown; Fiat faces emissions accusations & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Regulation  -  January 12, 2017

Corporates urge Trump support of low carbon policies

More than 530 companies and 100 investors on Jan. 10 called on the incoming Trump administration and the new Congress to support policies to accelerate a low-carbon future.
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Solar  -  January 7, 2017

Weekend reads: Garbage power; a winery's climate change battle; solar for Trump's wall & more

Kick back with this week's must read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Storage  -  January 4, 2017

Massachusetts moves to create energy storage targets

Massachusetts is moving forward with plans to establish targets for the use of energy storage after the state Department of Energy Resources deemed such targets as prudent.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  January 3, 2017

Hawaiian Electric to hit 100% renewables by 2040

In a recent filing with state regulators, Hawaii's largest utility outlines its plans for increasing its use of renewable energy to meet 100% of the state's power needs by 2040.
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GHG Emissions  -  December 21, 2016

Washington governor revives carbon tax proposal

In introducing plan to support pay for teachers and other public school workers, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee recently proposed a host of new taxes, including a state carbon tax that would charge emitters $25 per metric ton starting in 2018.
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Regulation  -  December 20, 2016

EPA abandons work on Clean Power Plan guidance

The U.S. EPA announced Dec. 19 that it has stopped work on model rules associated with the Clean Power Plan intended to help states chart paths to compliance with the rule.
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