Without attention to the onerous permitting process for offshore wind and other energy projects, efforts will be plagued by costly delays.
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Governments may not be able to make an economy, but they've proven they can break it.
Corporate welfare hurts the people who actually need help.
An attempt to reduce idle electricity consumption actually incentivizes selling more powerful equipment.
To Stop Climate Change Americans Must Cut Energy Use by 90 Percent, Live in 640 Square Feet, and Fly Only Once Every 3 Years, Says Study
Researchers admit there are absolutely no current examples of low-energy societies providing a decent living standard for their citizens.
The Biden Administration suffers a significant setback in its efforts to curb fossil fuel development.
Pipelines work, while solar and wind energy often leave people in the dark.
More Puerto Ricans live in the 50 states than on the island, and it’s not hard to see why.
Building more and better energy infrastructure is the best guarantee against fuel and electricity disruptions.
Making it easier to add energy capacity won’t prevent hacking hiccups, but it would help keep energy flowing.
PennEast v. New Jersey features a clash between the power of eminent domain and state sovereign immunity.
Legalizing interstate sales and allowing outdoor growing would reduce the cannabis industry's energy consumption.
Parsing technology trends, policy proposals, and clean tax cuts
The state's electricity grid operators warned in 2019 that power shortages might become increasingly common when heat waves hit in the coming years.
Jeff Nesbit and Bjorn Lomborg on the threat of climate change and what should be done about it
Critics say the state's dependence on solar and wind have made the power grid unreliable and overly expensive.
The presidential candidate wraps old special-interest programs in green camouflage.
Incentive programs for electric cars and solar panels mostly benefit those who can afford those things, while regulations that drive up the cost of energy hurt those who can't afford much to begin with.
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit rejects a procedural trick used by FERC to avoid judicial review.
The "New World Energy Outlook" report by the International Energy Agency suggests global warming is here to stay.
The Jones Act isn't saving American shipbuilders, but it's driving up prices for Americans.
An interesting proposal for an energy-water corridor along the U.S.-Mexico border that might even pay for itself.
So far, Trump's efforts to subsidize his coal cronies have failed.
Price signals ultimately mean more supplies for disaster-struck areas.
New report declares world must be off fossil fuels entirely by 2050.
Is another bureaucracy really going to solve the problem?
If the president does want to lower oil prices, he could push Congress to expand domestic oil production.
Extending the justification would allow government intervention into just about anything.
How is America's Energy Future looking nine years after I first panned it? Not so good.
The author of The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels on global warming, fracking, Ayn Rand, and the president-elect.
Forcing poor people to forego economic development in order to prevent climate change is 'morally dubious'
Ending energy poverty should be prioritized over efforts to prevent climate change
Energy demand projected to increase by nearly 50 percent by 2040
Yet the U.S. economy grew in real terms by 15 percent since 2005.
The West's misguided attempts to curtail CO2 emissions through limits on energy use are filtering down to places where cheap energy is still a distant dream.
Current EPA General Counsel Avi Garbow shares platform and discussion is moderated by Teri Donaldson of DLA Piper.