June 17, 2024


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Whitehouse: Best Defense for IRA is Funding, Building More Projects

One of the Senate’s strong liberal voices on climate change, Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse slammed the fossil fuel industry for its campaign of “climate denial and propaganda.”

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SoCalGas, California PUC Settle Aliso Canyon Case
The California PUC adopted a settlement over the massive natural gas leak at the Aliso Canyon Natural Gas Storage Facility in 2015 that includes a $71 million penalty against Southern California Gas.
NH Takes Comments on Climate-centered Waste Management Plan
The New Hampshire DES released a draft solid waste management plan including a goal of considering climate change in management planning and decision-making.
Materials Innovation and Recycling Authority
‘Robust’ Legislation Likely Outcome of Hydrogen Study, Connecticut Rep. Says
Connecticut Green Bank President Brian Garcia will chair a 21-member hydrogen task force, which must hold its first meeting by July 22.
The White House
Biden Calls on Major Economies to End Methane Flaring by 2030
President Biden called for new international initiatives to cut GHG emissions and dependence on Russian fossil fuels, including ending methane flaring by 2030.
NY Activists Want Less Industry, More Justice in Clean Energy
Activists and consumer advocates in New York want to see less industry influence on clean energy policy recommendations to the state.
NJ Enviros Squeeze Governor on GHG Goals
Groups say Murphy talks aggressively on climate change but is moving too slowly to cut GHG, while the DEP continues to approve natural gas projects.
California Air Resources Board Sounds off on Net-zero Roadmap
CARB board members sounded off​​​​ on a scoping plan that will serve as a roadmap for the state to reach net-zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.
EPA: Methane Rules to Have Minimal Impact on Gas Costs
EPA says new rules to reduce methane emissions will raise wholesale natural gas prices by less than 1%, but the industry's leading trade group disagrees.
Inspector General: EPA Not Doing Enough to Curb Natural Gas Leaks
Federal officials should do more to reduce leaks in natural gas distribution pipelines, the EPA’s Inspector General said in a report last week.

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