Renewable Energy Policy

Obama Speaks at Ohio State About Energy Policies

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On Friday, March 23, President Obama addressed a crowd of 2,600 at Ohio State University, focusing on the necessity of developing green technology energy sources as well as domestic oil. Domestic oil production has reached an eight year high under Obama’s watch. As he pointed out to the audience, many of whom were students, “We’ve added enough oil and gas ...

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Obama Urges Streamlining Pipeline Construction

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When President Obama rejected the Keystone XL Pipeline in January, he did so on the grounds that he didn’t have sufficient time to review the green technology that would go into the construction. One of his biggest concerns was a Nebraskan aquifer along the northern half of the pipeline’s route. Whatever his reasons, rejecting the pipeline gained him lot of ...

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Rising Gas Prices Lead to Hot 2012 General Election

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Panel Suggests Different Financing Plan for CA Green Technology

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California may have bit off more than it can chew. In order to comply with Assembly Bill 32, they must significantly reduce their greenhouse gas emissions in favor of green technology by 2020. The “Big 3,” California’s three main utility providers, play a key role in this plan, and they’re not unwilling to work with renewable energy developers (although they have ...

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GM Gets Heat for Funding Anti-Global Warming Group

The automaker that was financially bleeding just three years ago – General Motors – now is thriving after accepting a $50 billion U.S. bailout, and its foundation is even funding a think tank called the Heartland Institute. The problem is, Heartland Institute places a big question mark on the issue of climate change, and now environmentalists are placing a big ...

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Iowa to Create 2,500-Plus Green Jobs

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In the Hawkeye State, students are finding their wings in the wind – the wind technology industry, that is. The solar energy arena also is shining bright on Iowa as job creation is booming in the green sector in this state. What does this mean? If you’re looking for a green job, Iowa isn’t a bad place to start: Iowa ...

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Canadian Environment Cuts Threaten Global Ozone Awareness

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Since 1966, scientists at 10 monitoring stations across Canada have tested the ozone layer once a week. Using green technology, they have measured holes in the ozone as well as gathered vital information about other dangers, such as the concentration of UV rays and pollutants. This diligence has, according to US scientists, made Canada a global leader in green technology ...

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