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All About Energy

5 Changes to Energy Policy Under Trump

Caroline Haywood Feb 2, 2017 7:33:00 AM
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In light of the recent shift in power, there are a lot of questions surrounding the future of energy. With gas prices on the rise and executive orders being signed, it makes many wonder: What is going to happen in the next four years? How will it affect the state I live and the environment as a whole? 

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Why You Should Care About the Energy Policy Modernization Act (EPMA)

Eli Sachs Dec 15, 2016 8:23:00 AM
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 The U.S.'s energy laws need a major update. The EPMA is a landmark event because it represents the first energy legislation in recent history that the Senate has passed with bipartisan support. The EPMA could create a significant amount of economic growth and help breathe life into many projects here in the U.S.

 

The North American Energy Security and Infrastructure Act (EPMA) will drag the U.S.'s energy policies into the modern era, grow the economy through exports, and lower our carbon footprint by supporting renewable energy.

 

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Renewable Energy Goes Mainstream

Caroline Haywood Nov 10, 2016 7:30:00 AM
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Has the weather in your area been unusual lately? Recent storms and a warm October are raising the specter of climate change, and concerns about the 40 billion tons of carbon dioxide we emit every year. 

Fortunately, renewable energy sources like solar, wind, and hydropower are gaining traction. In fact, the world gets nearly 24% of its power from renewables. That's because the cost is now on par with fossil fuels in many places.

If you don't know much about renewable power, now's the time to find out more. It's very likely the future of energy, and a great investment too.

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How "Green" is Renewable Energy?

Caroline Haywood Sep 8, 2016 8:00:00 AM
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“Clean” energy is generally perceived as good for the environment, but there is growing evidence of that green energy has a dark side. 

 

We don't usually consider other factors related to green energy. For example, what goes into building the technology and systems that generate green energy. So just how "clean" is green energy?

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Too Much, Too Fast.  The Rise And Fall Of SunEdison Inc.

Jim Kordoban Apr 25, 2016 10:33:00 AM
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It seems likSunEdison Inc. just can't catch a break. After a stagering 99% reduction in stock value in the last 12-months and gearing up to face Securities and Exchange Commission and Justice Department investigations, SunEdison representatives made the unexpected move to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy last Thursday as the shadow of nearly $11 million debt load looms ahead.

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