Federal Policy

Wind and Solar Power May Add $10 Million to Idaho Electric Bills

Idaho consumers could pay over $10 million in excess electricity costs this year due

Senate Democrats Object to Electric Grid Reliability Study

Seven Democrats in the U.S. Senate are objecting to Department of Energy (DOE) Secretary

Yes, Friends of the Earth, Nuclear Power Has a Very Promising Future

Damon Moglen of the activist group Friends of the Earth penned an editorial in

Poland Prime Minister: U.S. Natural Gas Will Break Dependence on Russia

Polish energy company PGNiG has signed the first contract to import American natural gas

An Open Letter To Rick Perry On Natural Gas Exports

Dear Secretary Perry, Last week you received a letter from a special interest group,

Africa Rejects Expensive Wind and Solar Power

Power-starved Africa is rejecting expensive wind and solar power, relying instead on affordable coal

Environmental Progress President: Nuclear Closures Make Me Climate Alarmist

More nuclear power is the only way for the Earth to avert a global

The American Conservative Alleges Coal Cronyism: Is It True?

Are conservatives at risk of abandoning free markets and embracing coal cronyism in its

17 Congressional Republicans Call for CO2 Reductions, How This May Split the Left

Seventeen Republican congressmen have signed a letter calling for “economically viable” reductions in carbon dioxide emissions.

Trend in Chinese Renewable Power Offers Guidance to U.S.

Renewable energy supporters are praising China for adding a tremendous amount of renewable energy

Federal Bureaucracy Stifles Smaller, Safer Nuclear Power

An American nuclear power manufacturer has applied for federal approval of a smaller, safer

U.S. Carbon Dioxide Emissions Fall to Lowest Since 1991

Energy-related carbon dioxide emissions have fallen to their lowest level since 1991, thanks to