President Joe Biden has directed all federal agencies to incorporate the social cost of greenhouse gases into a range of key processes.
The combined impact of the Inflation Reduction Act and Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act could add up to 475 GW of new solar and 250 GW of new wind power, according to DOE.
The Biden administration will auction the first offshore wind leases in the Gulf of Mexico — about 300,000 acres that can produce 3.7 GW — on Aug. 29.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis recently rejected a growing list of federal and state clean energy initiatives.
A debt ceiling compromise reached by President Biden and House Speaker McCarthy would cut NEPA review times but would not roll back IRA climate provisions.
President Biden vetoed a resolution to end the moratorium on solar tariffs imposed on equipment produced in Cambodia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.
Biden may not agree with all provisions in Sen. Manchin’s permitting bill, but he will support it to start negotiations in the Senate, a key adviser said.
Biden plans to veto a joint resolution rolling back a two-year moratorium on tariffs on solar panels and cells from four Southeast Asian countries.
President Biden named Willie Phillips as acting FERC chairman, replacing Richard Glick.
The two people who had the broadest, deepest impacts on federal energy policy in 2022 were undoubtedly Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm and Sen. Joe Manchin.
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