United States Senate
On Wednesday, December 14, representatives from the nation’s biofuels, renewable chemicals and biobased products industries provided written testimony to a U.S.
Even as some analysts are predicting possible doom-and-gloom for clean fuels in the wake of the U.S. Senate's recent vote to eliminate ethanol incentives, those in the business of transportation fuels are marching ahead in the face of uncertainty.
On May 23, the Demand Response and Smart Grid Coalition (DSRG), a “smart grid” trade association coalition, announced that the U.S. Senate had introduced the Electric Consumer Right to Know Act, S 1029.
The United States Energy Secretary Steven Chu and the Department of Energy (DOE) have awarded another solar power loan guarantee.
Just weeks after Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa P. Jackson stood in front of the U.S. Senate to outline how the Agency would use funds in President Obama's proposed 2012 budget, Energy Secretary Steven Chu made his case to the Subcommittee on Energy and Water Development of the House Committee on Appropriations.
The United States Federal 2012 Fiscal Year Budget has yet to be signed into law. The proposed budget is currently stuck in the U.S. Senate which is combing through President Obama's proposal. Making a case to stave off further cuts United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator Lisa P. Jackson addressed the U.S. Senate Committee on Environment and Public works to outline the agency's needs and how President Obama's proposed budget already requires the EPA to make difficult cuts.
A recent poll of Canadians and Americans suggests that Canadians believe in climate change and support government policies to mitigate its effect, including cap and trade; more so than their neighbours to the South.