Content Category: Policy Watch
Massachusetts Creates One-Stop Agency For Renewable Energy Development
on Wednesday November 25 2009 by NAW Staff
Gov. Deval Patrick, D-Mass., has signed legislation that transfers the state's Renewable Energy Trust (RET) to the Massachusetts Clean Energy Center (CEC), effectively creating a [read more]
Senate Debate On Climate Change Bill Postponed Until Spring 2010
on Thursday November 19 2009 by NAW Staff
U.S. Senate debate on climate change legislation will likely be postponed until next spring, according to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid and other Senate leaders. [read more]
Michigan House Of Representatives Passes Plan To Strengthen Renewable Anchor Zones
on Monday November 16 2009 by NAW Staff
The Michigan House of Representatives has passed a plan proposed by State Rep. Jeff Mayes that will strengthen renewable "anchor zones" in the state in [read more]
Markey Sends Letter To Salazar Urging Cape Wind Decision Before U.N. Conference Climate
on Tuesday November 10 2009 by NAW Staff
Rep. Ed Markey, D-Mass., has urged Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ken Salazar to complete a decision on the Cape Wind energy project before [read more]
CanWEA: BC Moving In Right Direction
on Friday November 06 2009 by NAW Staff
Although the province of British Columbia just commissioned its first commercially operational wind project this month, the Canadian Wind Energy Association (CanWEA) says the province [read more]
Secretary Chu Supports Clean Energy On Tribal Lands
on Friday November 06 2009 by NAW Staff
With the goal of working to promote energy development and energy efficiency in Indian Country, U.S. Energy Secretary Steven Chu reaffirmed the U.S. Department of [read more]
Committee On Environment And Public Works Passes Clean Energy Legislation
on Thursday November 05 2009 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW) has approved S.1733, the Clean Energy Jobs and American Power Act. The bill passed the [read more]
Treasury Allocates $2.2 Billion In Bonds For Renewable Energy Development
on Thursday November 05 2009 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Department of the Treasury has allocated $2.2 billion in clean renewable energy bonds (CREBs) for 805 recipients across the country. Funded by the [read more]
Oregon Department Of Energy Files New Rules For Business Energy Tax Credit
on Wednesday November 04 2009 by NAW Staff
The Oregon Department of Energy has filed temporary administrative rules for the business energy tax credit (BETC) program, which grants tax subsidies to renewable energy [read more]
FERC Ruling Shifts Transmission Cost Burden To Wind Developers
on Thursday October 29 2009 by Mark Del Franco
In what could dramatically alter transmission and wind energy development in the Upper Midwest, a Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) ruling last week shifts virtually [read more]
Hearings Begin On Climate Change Legislation; Poll Shows Majority Supports Cap And Trade
on Wednesday October 28 2009 by NAW Staff
Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., chairwoman of the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works (EPW), has released the text of the Chairman's Mark of the Clean [read more]
Arkansas Business Leaders Release Economic Analysis Of Proposed Climate Legislation
on Tuesday October 27 2009 by NAW Staff
Arkansas Business Leaders for a Clean Energy Economy has released a new economic analysis that finds strong federal policy could create up to 25,000 jobs [read more]
Hearings On Clean Energy Jobs To Start Oct. 27
on Friday October 23 2009 by NAW Staff
Sen. Barbara Boxer, D-Calif., chair of the Senate Committee on Environment & Public Works (EPW), has announced that hearings on the Clean Energy Jobs Bill [read more]
Schwarzenegger, Salazar Sign MOU To Expedite RE Development In California
on Tuesday October 13 2009 by NAW Staff
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Department of the Interior (DOI) Secretary Ken Salazar in order to expedite the [read more]
Schwarzenegger Vetoes Renewable Energy Bills
on Monday October 12 2009 by NAW Staff
Last month, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger, R-Calif., said he would veto two renewable energy bills that were passed by the California Legislature. The Wall Street Journal [read more]
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