Equity & Economics
National Press Club
Clean energy policies funded by the IRA and IIJA have been key to the U.S. economy’s strong performance,
Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm said at the National Press Club.
Washington Senate Democrats
Washington legislators are proposing to give the state’s utilities $150 million to be rebated back to residents to help them defray costs associated with the state’s cap-and-invest program.
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The D.C. Circuit heard oral arguments on FERC’s approval of the Commonwealth LNG facility in Cameron, La.
Groups emphasize the negative effects existing permitting and siting procedures have had on vulnerable populations in the state.
Lawmakers gave final passage to bills to study geothermal heat pump systems, promote electric vehicle charger installation and require status updates of residential solar systems in home sales.
The Department of Energy said it would provide $275 million for seven projects around the country that are meant to bolster domestic clean energy supply chains.
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DOE is opening the second round of funding for its Grid Resilience and Innovation Partnership program, which will offer $3.9 billion from the IIJA for projects that will modernize the grid, increase capacity, and unlock renewable energy resources.
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Financing the billion-dollar components of the clean-energy transition was the leadoff topic at the annual meeting of the Energy Bar Association's Northeast Chapter.
DOE conditionally approved an $850 million loan for KORE Power's battery cell plant under construction in Arizona, which will power up to 28,000 EVs annually.
Raritan Valley Community College
A bill to require that only clean electricity be sold in New Jersey by 2035 has stalled over concerns from environmentalists, labor groups and solar developers.