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Regulation  -  January 8, 2018

Businesses urge NH to adopt clean energy policies

More than 50 New Hampshire businesses are calling for the state Legislature to advance clean energy policies that they say will support economic growth and business development.
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Power Prices  -  January 6, 2018

Weekend reads: Nat gas prices surge; Siemens bets on blockchain; a utility megamerger & more

Kick back with these must-read energy stories from around the web (our first batch in 2018 - happy new year).
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Regulation  -  January 3, 2018

New York Gov. unveils clean energy transition plan 

A part of his annual State of the State presentation, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo revealed a comprehensive and ambitious energy plan the calls for the development of at least 1.5 GW of energy storage and 800 MW of offshore wind.
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Sourcing Renewables  -  December 15, 2017

Corporates push EU toward 35% renewable target

Big companies, including Amazon, DuPont and Unilever, along with utilities and renewable energy suppliers, are urging members of the European Union's energy council to set a renewable energy target of at least 35% and lift barriers to corporate PPAs.
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Regulation  -  December 9, 2017

Weekend reads: Bitcoin's energy spike; a tax bill energy guide; sustainability goal deterioration & more

The weather outside may be frightful (for many of us), but these must-read energy stories of the week are so delightful.
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Regulation  -  December 8, 2017

Ohio healthcare providers urge energy diversification

A group of healthcare providers and advanced energy companies are urging Ohio lawmakers to value energy efficiency and demand response as a resource and expand the deployment of cost-saving energy technologies.
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Regulation  -  December 4, 2017

Roundup: The Senate tax bill's energy impacts

The tax bill passed by the U.S. Senate early in the morning Dec. 2 includes, among other measures with significant energy industry impacts, a number of provisions expected to negatively impact clean energy investments.
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Regulation  -  November 22, 2017 - By Gregory Wetstone

Wind, solar are shedding subsidies. Oil?

Responding to a Nov. 10 editorial in The Wall Street Journal on the subject of wind subsidies within the current Congressional tax reform debate, Gregory Wetstone, president and CEO of the American Council on Renewable Energy sent the following letter to the editorial board.
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Utilities  -  November 22, 2017

Kansas utility proposes new tariff for C&I customers

In response to increasing demand from corporate customers, Westar Energy and Kansas Gas and Electric recently filed a proposal with Kansas regulators for a new renewable energy offering aimed at commercial and industrial customers.
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Regulation  -  November 18, 2017

Weekend reads: Solar tariff backlash on bourbon; GM's battery profits; quark fusion power & more

Kick back with these five, must-read energy stories from around the web.
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