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2. House Democrats Propose Costly Climate Policies
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The House Democrats’ climate proposals—dubbed the Climate Crisis Action Plan—are designed to reduce the U.S. economy’s greenhouse gas emissions by… The post House Democrats Propose Costly ...
3. Grill with Gusto this Independence Day
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This blog was originally published on July 3rd, 2019. Fourth of July, the national celebration of combustion, presents an opportunity… The post Grill with Gusto this Independence Day appeared first ...
4. Carbon Tax Update, July 2020
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The House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis has released its Climate Crisis Action Plan. Speaking in front of the… The post Carbon Tax Update, July 2020 appeared first on IER.
5. Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach
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Germany heavily taxes its power consumers for the added cost of wind and solar power. Power consumers make up the… The post Germany, Like the U.S., Needs to Reform Its Renewable Power Approach appeared ...
6. The Energy Update – Week of June 29, 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on what is happening to America’s many oil & gas wells that… The post The Energy Update – Week of June 29, 2020 appeared first ...
7. A Global Green New Deal: IEA’s “Great Reset” Plan
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A new global energy plan has been unveiled by the Paris-based International Energy Agency. IEA’s mission of “shaping a secure… The post A Global Green New Deal: IEA’s “Great Reset” Plan appeared ...
8. Biden Could Put a Damper on Pipeline and Other Infrastructure Projects
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Presidential candidate Joseph Biden’s official climate change plan proclaims “that every federal infrastructure investment should reduce climate pollution” and would… The post Biden Could ...
9. As Natural Gas Demand Increases, Pipeline Approvals Remain Stagnant
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Natural gas is being shipped by truck out of the Marcellus basin in Pennsylvania due to a shortage of natural… The post As Natural Gas Demand Increases, Pipeline Approvals Remain Stagnant appeared ...
10. Arkansas Net Metering Order Issued
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Arkansas will maintain its net metering policy. The state will continue to require that owners of rooftop solar arrays and… The post Arkansas Net Metering Order Issued appeared first on IER.
11. Tax Credit May Make Carbon Capture Economic
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The Internal Revenue Service recently issued guidance to help developers take advantage of tax credits for carbon capture and sequestration… The post Tax Credit May Make Carbon Capture Economic ...
12. BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore Wind Farms
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The Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s (BOEM) draft supplemental environmental review for Vineyard Wind off the coast of Martha’s Vineyard… The post BOEM’s Environmental Review of Offshore ...
13. Meet Biden’s Transportation Ticket to Failure
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Democratic Party presidential candidate Joseph Biden’s infrastructure plan will require high levels of subsidization and result in few sustained industries.… The post Meet Biden’s Transportation ...
14. Pennsylvania House Bucks Governor’s Orders on RGGI
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A Pennsylvania House panel recently approved a measure that would limit Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s ability to enter the state… The post Pennsylvania House Bucks Governor’s Orders on RGGI appeared ...
15. Public Transit Makes Me Sick
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The COVID-19 pandemic has knocked mass transit’s sainted halo off kilter.  The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), whose… The post Public Transit Makes Me Sick appeared first on IER. ...
16. The Energy Update – Week of June 15, 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Joe Biden’s plans to ban energy production through America’s offshore resources,… The post The Energy Update – Week of June ...
17. Does America Have an Orphan Well Problem on Its Hands?
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January through April 2020 might go down in history as one of the most challenging economic times the oil and… The post Does America Have an Orphan Well Problem on Its Hands? appeared first on IER. ...
18. Germany and France Ramp Up Electric Vehicle Incentives
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Both Germany and France are increasing their subsidies for electric vehicles in their COVID-19 recovery packages. At a time when… The post Germany and France Ramp Up Electric Vehicle Incentives ...
Robert Bryce, a Senior Fellow at the Manhattan Institute, joins the show to discuss his new documentary Juice: How Electricity… The post Plugged In Podcast #53: Robert Bryce on Juice: How Electricity ...
20. Biden Proposes to Ban New Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling
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Presidential candidate Joseph Biden’s official campaign plan would “ban new oil and gas permitting on public lands and waters,” which… The post Biden Proposes to Ban New Offshore Oil and Gas Drilling ...
21. Mexico Pulls the Plug on Wind and Solar
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Mexican President Andrés Manuel López Obrador called wind turbines “fans”, saying they did not produce much energy, and is ceasing… The post Mexico Pulls the Plug on Wind and Solar appeared ...
22. IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions
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The Internal Revenue Service extended the “safe harbor” provisions under the wind and solar tax credits to account for delays… The post IRS Grants Wind and Solar Safe Harbor Provisions appeared ...
23. The Energy Update – Week of June 8, 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on how energy will factor into the 2020 presidential election, new data… The post The Energy Update – Week of June 8, 2020 appeared first ...
24. Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio
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Ohio has approved the Icebreaker wind farm in Lake Erie, which will be North America’s first offshore freshwater project, if… The post Lake Erie Wind Project Gets Approval from Ohio appeared ...
25. Technology Arrives to Capture Stranded Gas
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For those concerned about carbon emissions, markets are once again producing something heavy-handed regulation cannot: a sizeable reduction in carbon… The post Technology Arrives to Capture Stranded ...
26. Biden Pushes Ahead on Climate Change Policies Despite Pandemic Recession
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Presidential candidate Joseph Biden has a $1.7 trillion climate plan that includes various proposals requiring in massive increases in government… The post Biden Pushes Ahead on Climate Change Policies ...
According to the EPA’s air-quality monitors, levels of particulate matter — known as PM 2.5 — have not been lower… The post Despite Traffic Decrease, Coronavirus Lockdowns Did Not Reduce Air Pollution ...
28. Energy Freedom vs. Paris Agreement
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On June 1, 2017 President Trump sent official notice to pull the U.S. out of the Paris Climate Protocol.  In… The post Energy Freedom vs. Paris Agreement appeared first on IER.  ...
29. Biden’s Green New Deal Turns One
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One cannot know what is going on in a certain Wilmington, Delaware, basement. But so far, the presumptive Democratic Party… The post Biden’s Green New Deal Turns One appeared first on IER.
30. The Energy Update – Week of June 1, 2020
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This week the team highlights new articles focusing on Joe Biden’s opposition to essential energy infrastructure, new data showing problems… The post The Energy Update – Week of June ...
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