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Regulation  -  August 4, 2017

Trade groups urge future mayor to prioritize efficiency

A collection of New York trade groups released a paper Aug. 2 outlining the steps they recommend that the city takes in order to increase the energy efficiency of its buildings.
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Solar  -  July 22, 2017

Weekend reads: Elon Musk's hyperloop; House approves EPA cuts; Michigan solar + storage & more

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Regulation  -  July 18, 2017

EPA begins buyout offers for staffing cuts

Employees of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency will start leaving the federal government by the end of summer as the White House's plan to cut the agency's staff through buyouts moves forward, according to news reports.
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Solar  -  July 15, 2017

Weekend reads: China's panda solar farm; NRG's green power pivot; congress debates climate change & more

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Energy Efficiency  -  July 11, 2017

Chicago named nation's 'greenest city'

Chicago has been recognized for success in its commercial building sustainability by being named the "Greenest City" in America by CBRE Group Inc. and Maastricht University's Green Building Adoption Index study.
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Energy Efficiency  -  July 10, 2017

Denver requires commercial energy benchmarking

Commercial buildings in Denver, Colo., must report their energy use to the city by Sept. 1 through a benchmarking process under an ordinance that passed the city council in December 2016.
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Regulation  -  July 1, 2017

Weekend reads: A federal energy bill; Southern kills 'clean coal' plant; world's largest wind farm & more

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Regulation  -  June 27, 2017

Business group pushes Virginia politicians on energy

A national association of businesses that includes Apple, Amazon and GE announced June 23 that it sent a memo to the two candidates in Virginia's gubernatorial race outlining actions that the future governor could take to advance the commonwealth’s energy programs.
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Regulation  -  June 24, 2017

Weekend reads: Trump slams wind in Iowa; Coal boss sues John Oliver; 100% renewables questioned & more

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Regulation  -  June 21, 2017 - By Amy Poszywak

Groups release US grid study ahead of DOE's

A new study funded by the Advanced Energy Economy and the American Wind Energy Association has found that the shifting U.S. electricity resource mix does not threaten the reliability of the country's power system.
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