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Clean Power Plan: A Climate Change Civil War In Court?
by William Sloan on Tuesday November 24 2015
The Clean Power Plan is a contender for the title of most controversial environmental rule promulgated in the history of the U.S. The rule has [read more]
With Strong Focus On Wind, SaskPower Sets 50% Renewables Goal
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 24 2015
SaskPower, the public utility serving Saskatchewan, has set a target to double the percentage of renewable electricity generation capacity in the province by 2030. To [read more]
Alberta's New Climate Plan Chooses Wind Power Over Coal
by NAW Staff on Tuesday November 24 2015
Under its new Climate Leadership Plan, the Alberta government has committed to phasing out all pollution created by burning coal and transitioning to more renewable [read more]
Seven Senators Opposing The PTC Send Letter To Senate Leadership
by NAW Staff on Friday November 20 2015
Sen. Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn., along with a bipartisan group of six senators, sent a letter to senate leadership expressing their opposition to an extension of [read more]
Donald Trump, Campaigning In Iowa, Supports Wind PTC
by NAW Staff on Friday November 20 2015
Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump, while in Newton, Iowa, said he would support an extension of the production tax credit (PTC). During a campaign stop [read more]
EPA To Hold More Public Hearings On Clean Power Plan
by NAW Staff on Thursday November 12 2015
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) continues its public engagement and outreach efforts on the hotly debated Clean Power Plan and is holding a series [read more]
Desert Energy Plan Could 'Dramatically Limit' California Wind Growth
by NAW Staff on Wednesday November 11 2015
The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) and California Natural Resources Agency have announced the final environmental review of a land-use plan meant to expedite [read more]
N.J. Assembly OKs Offshore Wind Amendment In Support Of Fisherman's Energy
by NA Windpower on Monday November 09 2015
The New Jersey Assembly Telecommunications and Utilities Committee has approved an amendment to offshore wind legislation to require the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities [read more]
Report: Missouri Should Boost Renewable Energy Policies
by NAW Staff on Friday November 06 2015
According to a new report from Washington, D.C.-based Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), policy changes in Missouri that would enable companies to contract directly with third-party [read more]
City Of Vancouver Sets 100% Renewable Energy Goal
by NAW Staff on Thursday November 05 2015
On Nov. 4, the Vancouver City Council unanimously voted to adopt the Renewable City Strategy, which sets a goal to derive 100% of the energy [read more]
Republican Senators Team Up On Energy And Environmental Policy
by NA Windpower on Wednesday November 04 2015
U.S. Sens. Kelly Ayotte, R-N.H.; Lamar Alexander, R-Tenn.; Mark Kirk, R-Ill.; and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., have formed the Senate Energy and Environment Working Group. The [read more]
U.S. Reps Launch Bipartisan Energy Storage Caucus
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 29 2015
U.S. Reps. Chris Collins, R-N.Y., and Mark Takano, D-Calif., have launched the Battery Energy Storage Caucus to investigate ways to accelerate the commercial deployment of [read more]
Large Coalition To Obama: 'Keep Leading On Offshore Wind'
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 22 2015
Offshore wind for the Atlantic Coast is closer to reality than ever before, and the Obama administration is largely to thank, says a coalition of [read more]
Canada Elects Liberal Justin Trudeau Its New Prime Minister
by NAW Staff on Tuesday October 20 2015
In a general election Monday, Canada elected Justin Trudeau the country's new prime minister and his Liberal Party the new majority. Trudeau, son of former [read more]
New Senate Bill Aims To Axe Wind PTC
by NAW Staff on Thursday October 08 2015
U.S. Sen. James Lankford, R-Okla., has introduced the PTC Elimination Act. As its name suggests, the bill would aim to completely phase out the federal [read more]
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