Renewable Energy Policy

Maryland’s Clergy Show Support for Offshore Wind Power

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Last year, Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley proposed a bill that would have tied utility companies into long-term green technology contracts with offshore wind power. The bill failed due to concerns over consumer costs. This year O’Malley has revised his bill, and he has the support of local religious leaders. The General Assembly has issued a law that Maryland shift more ...

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Smart Scientists Seek Environmental Solutions

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While the heated (pun intended) argument between scientists, citizens, business and politicians wars on, there’s a more alarming warning of global warming increasingly stepping on our international heels. The Union of Concerned Scientists organization wants to set the record straight as it’s been committed to this and others environmental causes since its formation in 1969. Initially UCS was created by ...

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Tariff on Chinese Solar Technology Threatens 60,000 US Jobs

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US solar manufacturers have lodged complaints that Chinese competitors are dumping their solar equipment in US markets, significantly driving down the cost and driving US companies out of business. In response, the Department of Commerce has imposed a new tariff on Chinese green technology. The new tariff endangers thousands of US green jobs, while rendering solar technology less affordable for ...

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World Economic Forum Fails to Rescue Economies, Environment

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World leaders are as diverse as their countries. At the 2012 World Economic Forum, everyone had different opinions on how to respond to a variety of issues, like what green technology should be used to address climate change, and how to rescue the world’s failing economies. The European Union was a particular target of frustration. As individual states suffer financially, ...

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Mayors of Top 10 American Green Cities Set Trends

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China Goes Green Initiating Major Climate Change Project

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Since one of the key requirements of green technology is to make our world more sustainable and environmentally friendly, the issue of global warming and climate change (also correctly labeled “global weirding”) is an international undertaking. Realizing that China is responsible for producing the most Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) of any country worldwide, China’s Ministry of Environmental Protection initiated a US equivalent ...

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Top Green Politicians Push Environmentally Friendly Tech

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