K Kaufmann

MidAtlantic Bureau Chief




Most Recent News

May 13, 2021
The energy industry needs a federal investment tax credit specifically for transmission, according to a report by the American Council on Renewable Energy. | ACEG
May 12, 2021
Republicans on the House Committee on Foreign Affairs attempted to derail a hearing on the U.S. role in global climate action with an attack on John Kerry. | House Foreign Affairs Committee
May 11, 2021
Sen. John Barrasso released a report attacking President Biden’s climate initiatives, citing the failures of companies like Solyndra under President Obama. | Senate ENR Committee
May 10, 2021
The momentum of the post-COVID-19 recovery and Duke’s progress to a net-zero system by 2050 were key themes in the company’s first-quarter earnings call. | Duke Energy
May 6, 2021
Energy Secretary Janet Granholm made a virtual appearance at a House Appropriations Subcommittee to talk about the DOE's 2022 budget request for $46.2 billion. | House Appropriations
May 5, 2021
Exelon’s Byron and Dresden nuclear plants depend on the Illinois legislature passing a comprehensive energy package, CEO Chris Crane said. | Christopher Peterson, via Wikimedia
May 4, 2021
The Virginia State Corporation Commission on April 30 gave Dominion Energy the go-ahead to spend $10.4 million to build three solar projects totaling 82 MW. | Shutterstock
April 28, 2021
D.C.’s Solar For All program has put panels on the roofs of 200 low-income single-family homes and launched 130 community renewable energy facilities. | © RTO Insider LLC
April 26, 2021
The second day of President Biden’s virtual Leaders Summit on Climate highlighted the technological innovations other, smaller countries have achieved. | Leaders Summit on Climate
April 22, 2021
President Biden recommitted the U.S. to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions under the Paris Agreement, upping its target to 50% from 2005 levels by 2030. | The White House