Lisa P. Jackson
The United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has finalized a new rule that will require power companies to further reduce greenhouse gases (GHG).
Despite a growing renewable energy portfolio which currently generates 4,300 MW as well as a target to be the United States' leading provider of low-cost, clean energy by 2020, the Tennessee Valley Authority (NYSE: TVC) (TVA) is required to pay significant fines for its Clean Air Act violations.
The Obama administration announced plans today to begin developing tougher fuel economy and greenhouse gas emissions standards for U.S. passenger cars and trucks built after 2017, a key component of the administration's energy and climate policy goals.
Although the Obama administration recently released details about its aggressive restoration plan for the Gulf Coast following the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, they also indicated they will not wait for Congress to implement the vital components of the plan.
The EPA has decided to give those in industry most known for greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions some time to prepare for upcoming Clean Air Act requirements.
Achieve your energy objectives five years ahead of schedule? It’s any government’s dream. But, that’s the goal of the State Energy Efficiency (SEE) Action Network, a new joint program run by the U.S.