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Regulation  -  April 17, 2017

Energy secretary orders grid study of renewable energy impacts to coal, nuclear generation

Energy Secretary Rick Perry has reportedly ordered a study of the U.S. grid, with a focus on the impacts of an accelerating amount of renewable energy being added to the U.S. mix.
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Regulation  -  April 15, 2017

Weekend reads: 'Ninja force' grid protection; NRG's activist challenge; Trump pressed on climate & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Storage  -  April 13, 2017

Maryland passes 30% energy storage tax credit

The Maryland legislature has passed a bill establishing a tax credit for commercial and residential energy storage installations, making the state among a small but growing number moving to support the rapidly scaling technology.
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Regulation  -  April 11, 2017

States file to oppose Trump's halt of Clean Power Plan

A coalition of U.S. states and localities has formally filed opposition to the Trump administration's request to delay court proceedings regarding the U.S. EPA's Clean Power Plan.
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Energy Efficiency  -  April 8, 2017

Weekend reads: Coal museum goes solar; GE mulls lighting sale; Ohio looks to nuke subsidies & more

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Regulation  -  April 6, 2017

Visiting Amazon, Kasich blasts Ohio House vote to change renewable energy, efficiency standards

The increasingly powerful impact that large commercial and industrial companies are beginning to have on energy policy, at least at the state level, was made evident April 3 in Ohio.
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Regulation  -  April 1, 2017

Weekend reads: Unicorn fart power; GE responds to Trump's climate order; clean energy bills & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web.
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Energy Efficiency  -  March 31, 2017

Vermont passes energy efficiency 'backup' bill

Lawmakers in Vermont have passed a bill aimed at preserving energy efficiency standards, the Vermont Digger reported March 24.
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March 29, 2017 - By John Failla

Collectively, we have the power to influence change

One key takeaway from the Smart Energy Decisions Innovation Summit is this: If harnessed, the collective power of commercial and industrial energy management executives has tremendous potential to influence the future of the U.S. energy landscape.
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Regulation  -  March 28, 2017

Trump signs executive order to roll back climate protections, vows to end 'war on coal'

Following weeks of speculation regarding President Donald Trump's plans for an executive order aimed at unwinding Obama's climate regulations, the president made it official March 28 alongside a group of coal miners at the U.S. EPA.
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