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Regulation  -  October 14, 2017

Weekend reads: Paris to ban gas cars; 'solar tube' heat; coal, nuke bailouts are 'the cost of freedom' & more

Kick back with these must-read energy news stories from around the web.
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October 7, 2017

Weekend reads: Amazon energy drones; innovations in grid renewables; ways to cash in on EV boom & more

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October 6, 2017

Trade dispute bottlenecks US solar purchases

Utilities and corporations are hitting the pause button on the pursuit of solar energy deal as uncertainty around the outcome of a federal trade case on solar modules, Bloomberg News reported Oct. 4.
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Regulation  -  September 23, 2017

Weekend reads: Obama aides launch energy group; mayor's energy use judged; Musk's solar vision & more

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Regulation  -  September 22, 2017

ITC finds US solar makers injured, case goes to Trump

The U.S. International Trade Commission on Sept. 22 made its first decision on a high-profile case with major implications for the country's solar industry, voting 4-0 to find that imports of low-cost solar panels are damaging domestic solar manufacturers.
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Utilities  -  September 22, 2017

Utility launches 100% RE program for big businesses

One of Michigan's largest utility's, Consumers Energy, on Sept. 22 announced a new program to help large businesses be powered 100% by renewable energy.
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Regulation  -  September 18, 2017

Community solar programs take shape in Illinois

Following the passage of the "Future Energy Jobs Act," through the Illinois state Legislature, utilities and regulators have begun work on the formation of community solar programs, according to Midwest Energy News.
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Wind  -  September 12, 2017

Maryland launches community wind grant program

The Maryland Energy Administration, of MEA, has launched a new program that will support the use of community wind resources among businesses, nonprofits, and state, local, and municipal governments and their agencies/institutions.
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Solar  -  September 8, 2017

Steel group sides with Suniva on trade case

The Steel Manufacturers Association has become the first industry trade group to lend its support to a petition from two financially distressed solar panel makers calling for federal tariffs on imported solar modules, Axios reported Sept. 7.
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GHG Emissions  -  September 2, 2017

Weekend reads: Harvey's wind impact; states adopting carbon costs; Tim Cook on renewables & more

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