Content Category: Policy Watch
CEOs Call On EU Heads Of State To Boost 2030 Renewables Target
on Wednesday February 12 2014 by NAW Staff
Executives from European companies have called for a 2030 climate and energy framework that has an ambitious renewable energy target, including binding national goals. In [read more]
Iowa Senator, Wind Energy Supporters Call For PTC Extension
on Monday February 10 2014 by NAW Staff
Following news that U.S. Sen. Ron Wyden, D-Ore., will take over as new chair of the Senate Finance Committee, Iowa State Senator and Climate Parents [read more]
New Farm Bill Becomes Law, Includes Millions In Renewables Funding
on Monday February 10 2014 by NAW Staff
On Feb. 7, President Barack Obama signed into law the Agricultural Act of 2014, also known as the Farm Bill. Among a variety of provisions [read more]
Sen. Grassley: PTC Future More Uncertain "Than At Any Time In The Past Year"
on Tuesday February 04 2014 by Mark Del Franco
The recent appointment of Sen. Max Baucus, D-Mont., as ambassador to China will delay tax reform talks - and along with it, a revival of [read more]
House Passes Farm Bill With $880M In Renewables And Energy Efficiency Provisions
on Thursday January 30 2014 by Michael Puttre
The Agricultural Act of 2014 - popularly known as the farm bill - passed the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, paving the way for [read more]
Maryland Regulators Seek Comments On Implementing Offshore Wind Act
on Tuesday January 28 2014 by NA Windpower
The Maryland Public Service Commission has retained law firm Kaye Scholer and subcontractors Levitan & Associates Inc., DNV GL and Sullivan Cove Consultants to provide [read more]
Former Gov. Ritter Heads Effort To Offer Obama Comprehensive Clean Energy Plan
on Wednesday January 22 2014 by NA Windpower
Former Colorado Gov. Bill Ritter, who founded and directs the Center for the New Energy Economy (CNEE) at Colorado State University, has released a report [read more]
EWEA Says EU Commission's Proposed Energy Framework Is Weak
on Wednesday January 22 2014 by NA Windpower
The European Commission has announced details of its newly proposed 2030 EU energy and climate framework, which seeks a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions by [read more]
Environmentalists Call On Obama To Abandon 'All Of The Above' Energy Policy
on Monday January 20 2014 by NA Windpower
Eighteen environmental, environmental justice and public health advocacy groups have sent a letter to President Barack Obama, calling on his administration to embrace clean energy [read more]
President Obama Orders Quadrennial Energy Review
on Monday January 13 2014 by NA Windpower
President Barack Obama has directed the U.S. federal government to undertake a Quadrennial Energy Review (QER), with the first multi-agency report scheduled for Jan. 31, [read more]
Poll: Ohio Clean Energy Initiative Enjoys Wide Support
on Friday January 03 2014 by NAW Staff
A new poll shows the proposed Ohio Clean Energy Initiative, which would provide $13 billion over 10 years for cleantech projects, enjoys strong support from [read more]
Baucus Unveils Ambitious Plan For Energy Tax Reform
on Thursday December 19 2013 by Mark Del Franco
On Dec. 18, Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus, D-Mont., proposed a sweeping set of reforms on energy-related tax incentives that would overhaul energy tax [read more]
Ontario Eliminating Domestic Content Rules For Renewable Energy Projects
on Thursday December 12 2013 by NAW Staff
Ontario is introducing legislation to eliminate domestic content requirements under its feed-in tariff (FIT) program for future renewable energy projects. If passed, the amendment to [read more]
Virginia Groups Call For Legislative Support Of Offshore Wind
on Wednesday December 04 2013 by NAW Staff
Environment Virginia says leaders from the Virginia Offshore Wind Development Authority, the City of Norfolk and the Virginia Ship Repair Association recently joined the group [read more]
Congress Wades Into Alphabet Soup Of Wind Tax Incentives
on Tuesday December 03 2013 by David K. Burton
Congress recently provided the wind industry fodder for speculation regarding the future of renewable energy tax incentives. Below is a discussion of the modified accelerated [read more]
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