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02/23
Judge orders Trump’s energy agency to implement climate-change rules for appliances
A federal judge in San Francisco ordered President Trump’s administration on Feb.
02/22
Trump’s proposed budget slashes funding for clean energy programs
The Trump administration released its proposed 2019 budget on Feb. 12.
02/21
02/16
Major DOE NOPR supporters skip rehearing requests at FERC
Major supporters of a Department of Energy plan to subsidize coal and nuclear generation did not file for a rehearing at the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission after the agenc
02/15
Canada unveils law to change how energy projects are assessed
The Canadian government, seeking to address unhappiness about the potential environmental impact of major projects, on Feb.
02/14
Energy industry prods Congress to back permitting reform in Trump's infrastructure push
Pipeline and power-sector lobbyists pushed Congress Feb. 8 to speed up permitting for energy infrastructure projects built in the U.S.
02/13
Energy tax credits in final budget deal
Tax credits for nuclear power, carbon sequestration and small natural gas and renewable energy technologies were included in a Congressional budget deal that passed in the early
02/12
Avoiding blackouts with 100 percent renewable energy
Researchers propose three separate ways to avoid blackouts if the world transitions all its energy to electricity or direct heat and provides the energy with 100 percent wind, w
02/09
Chatterjee: FERC must be more ‘friendly’ to landowners
Neil Chatterjee, one of three Republican commissioners on the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, said last week the commission should be more “friendly” to landowners as it e
02/08
Renewables overtake coal in European electricity supply
Good wind conditions and huge investment into wind energy have helped the European Union generate more electricity from renewable energy sources like wind, solar and biomass tha