Content Category: Policy Watch
ITC: House Climate Bill Lacks Necessary Transmission Reforms
on Tuesday June 30 2009 by NAW Staff
ITC Holdings Corp., an independent electricity transmission company based in Novi, Mich., has raised concerns about the lack of comprehensive electricity transmission policy reforms included [read more]
House Passes Waxman-Markey Clean Energy Bill
on Monday June 29 2009 by NAW Staff
The House of Representatives has passed H.R.2298, the American Clean Energy and Security Act, sponsored by Rep. Henry A. Waxman, chairman of the House Energy [read more]
EPA Releases Analysis Of House Energy Bill
on Thursday June 25 2009 by NAW Staff
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has completed an analysis of the American Clean Energy and Security Act (H.R.2454), as reported by the House Energy [read more]
DOI Issues Five Exploratory Leases For Offshore Wind Energy Development
on Wednesday June 24 2009 by NAW Staff
Secretary of the Department of Interior (DOI) Ken Salazar has issued five exploratory leases for renewable wind energy production on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS), [read more]
Senate Energy Bill Includes Renewable Electricity Standard
on Thursday June 18 2009 by Mark Del Franco
By a vote of 15 to 8, the U.S. Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources has approved the American Clean Energy Leadership Act, which [read more]
Ontario Energy Board Issues Distribution System Plan Guidelines
on Wednesday June 17 2009 by NAW Staff
The Ontario Energy Board has issued initial guidelines related to accounting, funding and planning for distribution system development to accommodate renewable generation. The guidelines comprise [read more]
PennFuture Praises Clean Energy Bills
on Wednesday June 17 2009 by NAW Staff
Citizens for Pennsylvania's Future (PennFuture), a public interest membership organization, has praised the House Environmental and Energy Committee for passing H.B.80, the Green Jobs/Clean Energy [read more]
Maine Governor, Congressional Delegation Propose Offshore Wind Center
on Wednesday June 17 2009 by NAW Staff
Maine Gov. John Baldacci joined Sens. Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins and Reps. Mike Michaud and Chellie Pingree at a meeting with Energy Secretary Steven [read more]
Obama Officials, WGA Announce Clean Energy Initiatives
on Tuesday June 16 2009 by NAW Staff
Senior Obama administration officials have announced a number of steps that will help the West tap its clean energy potential and create green jobs. The [read more]
Maine Governor Signs Energy Legislation
on Monday June 15 2009 by NAW Staff
Gov. John E. Baldacci, D-Maine, has signed into law L.D.1485, legislation regarding Maine's energy future. The law establishes the Efficiency Maine Trust and Board, [read more]
South Dakota PUC Issues New Interconnection Rules
on Thursday June 11 2009 by NAW Staff
New rules by the South Dakota Public Utilities Commission (PUC) that make it easier for small electricity generators such as wind turbines and solar panels [read more]
Canada Moving Forward With Offset System For GHG
on Thursday June 11 2009 by NAW Staff
Canada's Environment Minister Jim Prentice has announced that the government is moving forward with its Offset System for Greenhouse Gases (GHG). "This system is one [read more]
Ontario Proposes New Rules For Green Energy Projects
on Wednesday June 10 2009 by NAW Staff
The government of Ontario is seeking the public's input on approval requirements for renewable energy projects, including setbacks for wind, solar, hydro, biogas and biomass [read more]
Business Leaders Encourage Stronger RES
on Friday June 05 2009 by NAW Staff
Representatives from the renewable energy industry called on Congress to strengthen national renewable electricity standard (RES) proposals in legislation before the House and Senate and [read more]
Kansas Legislation Codifies RES, Allows For Net Metering
on Friday May 22 2009 by NAW Staff
Gov. Mark Parkinson, D-Kan., has signed legislation that codifies the state's renewable energy standard (RES) and allows Kansans to generate their own power through net [read more]
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