July 21, 2024


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IPPNY Panelists Urge Collaboration, Coordination in Transition
There was no shortage of ideas on how to overcome well known challenges to carrying out New York’s clean energy transition at IPPNY’s 37th Spring Conference.
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Massachusetts Lawmakers Look to Address Heating, Building Emissions
Massachusetts lawmakers and climate advocates held a legislative briefing on a set of bills looking to spur the decarbonization of the state’s heating sector.
Port of Columbia County
Plans Advance for $2B Oregon Renewable Diesel Plant
The developer of a renewable diesel fuel plant in Oregon is tackling its final 2 bureaucratic hurdles before beginning construction on the $2 billion facility.
Mass. AGO: Pipeline Leak Program Review Missing in ‘Future of Gas’ Case
Massachusetts senators convened an oversight hearing Monday for the Department of Public Utilities’ ongoing Future of Gas regulatory proceeding.
Advocates Seek Pathway for Biofuels in New Connecticut Energy Strategy
Connecticut officials are accepting comments on the scope of the state’s Comprehensive Energy Strategy update through March 3.
Orange EV
Concerns Arise over EV Truck Impact on California Grid Reliability
As CARB moves toward requirements to electrify truck fleets, concerns are surfacing about the demands large EVs will put on an already-strained grid.
U.S. Forest Service/Lassen Natio
Too Late to Stop Climate Change, UN Report Says
A new report from the U.N. came to a stark conclusion: Climate change is irreversible, and unprecedented international cooperation is needed to mitigate it.
DOI Nominee Fields Tough GOP Questions at Senate Hearing
Senate Energy Republicans grilled Cynthia Weiner Stachelberg, nominee for assistant secretary at the Interior Department, on tree spiking and gun control.
U.S. Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry
Senate Ag Subcommittee Hears Talk of Transmission
Not all renewable energy is H2. How can America forget C2H5OH?
King County, Wash.
Study to Examine Best Energy Use of Seattle-area Landfill
The money has been lined up to study whether to develop a Seattle-area landfill into a source for electric power or biofuel.

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