Policymakers discussed the US’ potential for advanced nuclear power at a hearing of the Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee. | U.S. SenateRead More
The House Energy and Commerce Committee considered the LIFT Act, which would allocate $312 billion for building and upgrading electric infrastructure. | House Energy and Commerce CommitteeRead More
A House bill sponsored by a Washington congresswoman seeks to measure cow methane emissions and pinpoint ways to reduce them. | Washington State Beef CommissionRead More
A hearing on the CLEAN Future Act provided a view of the wide gap in policy objectives between Democrats and Republicans. | House Energy and Commerce CommitteeRead More
FERC reversed its ruling giving state regulators the power to prevent demand response from participating in DER aggregations. | Freedom Solar PowerRead More
Decarbonizing the power sector requires aligning coal plant retirements with new generation, much of it NG, according to a Columbia Univ.-led webinar. | Center on Global Energy PolicyRead More
Increasing efficiency standards and competition from EVs means worldwide gasoline demand has likely peaked, the International Energy Agency reported. | International Energy AgencyRead More
Vehicle industry and government leaders discussed accelerating development of lower-emission technologies with the Senate Energy Committee. | ToyotaRead More
The ISO-NE Consumer Liaison Group’s first meeting of the year featured a discussion on the impact of the Biden administration’s energy policies. | ISO-NERead More
The Senate confirmed Rep. Deb Haaland as Interior secretary, making her the first Native American to become a cabinet member. | Rep. Deb HalaandRead More
DOE is encouraging long-duration energy storage owners, those who purchase their services and state governments to rethink how those assets are valued. | ShutterstockRead More
Speed and social justice must be the watchwords of the global energy transition, a panel of experts said Tuesday.
Sen. Ron Wyden predicted at this year’s ACORE Policy Forum that Congress will take meaningful steps toward U.S. emissions-reduction goals. | © RTO InsiderRead More
Top global iron and steel producers cooperate to reduce carbon emissions despite the paucity of technical options to manage challenges, a new report said. | Center on Global Energy PolicyRead More
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