State Policy

Prominent Warmists, Skeptics Forge Common Ground at Energy Forum

The most fervent believers and skeptics of imminent and severe global warming danger demonstrated

Forum: Warmists, Skeptics to Identify Common-Ground Energy Policy

Is there any hope for global warming advocates and skeptics to reach common ground

The Economics of Replacing Existing Coal Power Plants with Natural Gas

Executive Summary Defying predictions that closing coal power plants would cause a substantial increase

Media Misrepresent New Study on Fracking, Earthquakes

A new study adds to the weight of evidence that injecting wastewater deep underground

California City Councils Choose Wildlife Deaths Over Fracking

The San Luis Obispo, Goleta, Berkeley, and Arcata city councils passed resolutions this past

Union Leaders Stand Up for Nuclear Power, Deride Wind and Solar

Nuclear power is the most effective way to reduce carbon dioxide emissions, and efforts

PG&E Hikes California Rates $1.51 Billion, Cites Renewable Costs

The California Public Utilities Commission granted Pacific Gas & Electric the right to raise

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

Rhode Island and CO2 Emissions: A Natural Gas Success Story

Rhode Island legislators are considering a bill that would impose a carbon tax on

Cuomo’s Fracking Ban Likely Cost New York $15 Billion in Production Last Year

New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s ban on hydraulic fracturing (fracking) likely cost his state’s

Cuomo Administration Blocks Pipeline, Locks in High Electricity Prices

New York Department of Environmental Conservation officials have rejected a proposed pipeline that would

Nevada Rate Fight Shows Failure of Monopoly Power Model

A new dispute among Nevada’s largest utility, Nevada electricity regulators, and the solar power