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Content Category: Policy Watch
CalWEA Lauds Passage Of Renewable Energy Bill; Urges Governor To Resist Veto
by NAW Staff on Monday September 14 2009
The California Wind Energy Association (CalWEA) is praising the California Legislature for adopting legislation, A.B.64, S.B.14 and S.B.62, which requires the state's utilities to acquire [read more]
House Of Representatives Passes Wind Energy Research And Development Act Of 2009
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 10 2009
The U.S. House of Representatives has passed the Wind Energy Research and Development Act of 2009, a bill that would authorize a comprehensive program to [read more]
REMA: Current Climate Legislation Could Reduce Impact Of Renewable Energy Purchases
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 10 2009
The Renewable Energy Marketers Association (REMA) has expressed continued concern that the current draft of energy and climate legislation being debated in Congress would have [read more]
South Carolina Energy Office Announces Renewable Energy Grant Program
by NAW Staff on Thursday September 03 2009
The South Carolina Energy Office (SCEO) has announced a new grants program for renewable energy and advanced vehicle technology projects. Available exclusively to nonprofit organizations, [read more]
DOE, Treasury Announce $500 Million In Awards For Clean Energy Projects
by NAW Staff on Wednesday September 02 2009
The Department of Energy (DOE) and the Department of the Treasury have announced $502 million in the first round of awards from an American Recovery [read more]
Kulongoski Vetoes Bills That Relate To Reducing Renewable Energy Incentives, Standards
by NAW Staff on Monday August 10 2009
Gov. Ted Kulongoski, D-Ore., has issued vetoes on H.B.2472 and H.B.2940, which relate to reducing renewable energy incentives and standards. H.B.2472 reduces the Business Energy [read more]
Paterson Signs Executive Order That Creates Climate Action Council In New York
by NAW Staff on Friday August 07 2009
Gov. David A. Paterson, D-N.Y., has signed Executive Order No. 24 setting a goal to reduce greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in New York state by [read more]
Oregon Governor Files Possible Intent To Veto Bills That Encourage Renewable Energy Development
by NAW Staff on Monday August 03 2009
Gov. Ted Kulongoski, D-Ore., has issued a possible intent to veto relating to a pair of state House bills, which, if passed, would be detrimental [read more]
House Committee On Science And Technology Passes Energy Research Legislation
by NAW Staff on Monday August 03 2009
The House Committee on Science and Technology has passed legislation to improve energy efficiency and advance energy technologies through research, development and demonstration (RD&D) programs. [read more]
Snowe Secures $5 Million For National Deepwater Offshore Research Center In Maine
by NAW Staff on Friday July 31 2009
Five million dollars in federal funding for the National Deepwater Offshore Research Center at the University of Maine has been included in the Energy and [read more]
Illinois Governor Signs Bill That Clarifies Bonding Authority For Renewable Energy
by NAW Staff on Thursday July 30 2009
Gov. Pat Quinn, D-Ill., has signed a financing bill that provides a state-backed guarantee supporting construction of renewable energy and clean coal projects that will [read more]
Michigan Representative Unveils Plan To Increase State's RPS
by NAW Staff on Wednesday July 29 2009
Michigan Rep. Pam Byrnes has unveiled a plan to increase the state's renewable portfolio standard (RPS), which would spur alternative energy production and employment. Byrnes [read more]
Initiative Would Boost Renewable Electricity Standard In Michigan
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 28 2009
Rep. Pam Byrnes, D-Lyndon Township, has unveiled legislation designed to increase the usage of renewable energy in Michigan and create jobs in the renewable energy [read more]
Tax Credit Available For Alternative Energy Production Projects In Pennsylvania
by NAW Staff on Tuesday July 28 2009
Gov. Edward G. Rendell, D-Pa., has announced the availability of a new tax credit to encourage the growth of renewable energy in Pennsylvania. The Alternative [read more]
Department Of Energy Loan Guidelines Expected To Be Released In Stages
by Mark Del Franco on Wednesday July 22 2009
One week after the U.S. Department of the Treasury released its guidance for the cash-grant program, the Department of Energy (DOE) is nearing the release [read more]
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