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June 12, 2018

Solar grows despite tariffs

The U.S. solar market grew by 13% in the first quarter of the year, adding 2.5 gigawatts of solar PV, despite a tariff imposed by the Trump administration in January on solar imports.
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May 11, 2018

Five Fortune 100 companies ask FERC to focus on electric transmission

Cargill, General Mills, Nestle, P&G, and Unilever joined forces to ask the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) to intensify its focus on expanding the nation’s electric transmission system as a key part of its push for grid resiliency.
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Utilities  -  May 8, 2018

Dominion Energy’s RE proposal rejected

State regulators in Virginia rejected Dominion Energy’s plan to offer 100 percent renewable energy plans to its big customers, saying the electric monopoly’s proposal isn’t fair or reasonable.
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Energy Efficiency  -  April 27, 2018 - By Daniel Hill

Four corporate sustainability trends all business leaders should be watching in 2018

Today marks my one-year anniversary of joining EDF Climate Corps, where I’ve spent the last 12 months helping companies think through the strategies for meeting – or setting – their climate goals. What I’ve learned in this short time is that companies are going beyond the “safe bet” to tackling bigger and more impactful projects.
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Regulation  -  March 22, 2018

Spending bill rejects Trump’s EPA cuts

A $1.3 trillion spending bill released on Mar. 21 by Congressional leaders rejected deep cuts to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) proposed by President Trump.
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Regulation  -  February 26, 2018

Take 2: Washington State Readies Carbon Tax Bill

Washington State may be the first to impose a direct tax on carbon emissions. The state’s Senate Ways and Means Committee last week passed a measure that would tax carbon emissions from fossil fuels at the rate of $12 per metric ton on the sale
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Regulation  -  February 23, 2018

Siemens, Tesla , NRDC and others push NY on EV

A petition signed by 40 organizations, including Siemens, Tesla, and NRDC, was submitted to the New York Public Service Commission on Feb. 21 requesting more action to accelerate electric vehicle adoption by turning to utilities to be more proactive
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February 22, 2018

Trump proposes eliminating Energy Star funding

President Trump’s plan to eliminate federal funding for the EPA’s Energy Start program is facing strong opposition from groups representing manufacturers, retailers, utilities, environmentalists and others who benefit from the program.
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Energy Storage  -  February 19, 2018

Revenue stacking for energy storage comes to California

The California Public Utilities Commission has become the first state regulator to issue revenue stacking rules for energy storage projects.
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February 15, 2018

FERC eliminates barriers for energy storage

The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) voted on Feb. 15 to remove barriers to the participation of electric storage resources in the capacity, energy, and ancillary services markets operated by Regional Transmission Organizations (RTOs)
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