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News-Press Now: Energy Efficiency, Spending Headed for Big Drop

September, 23 2018 Energy Efficiency, Spending Headed for Big Drop by Erin Murphy DES MOINES — Proposed energy efficiency plans offered by Iowa utility companies would be a shell of what they had been in recent years. The new and scaled-back energy efficiency plans are a result of legislation passed this spring and signed into law

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Energywire: BLM’s Final Methane Rule Reveal Draws Swift Legal Action

BLM’s Final Methane Rule Reveal Draws Swift Legal Action by Pamela King The states of California and New Mexico yesterday opened a new courtroom battle over Obama-era methane standards, hours after the Interior Department closed the book on its long effort to scale back the rule. Bureau of Land Management officials yesterday revealed the language of its

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Indianapolis Business Journal OpEd: Rolling Back Clean-Car Standards is Misguided

  September 14, 2018 Janet McCabe: Rolling Back Clean-Car Standards is Misguided OpEd By Janet McCabe The Trump administration has issued its much-anticipated proposal to roll back America’s clean-car standards. If it is finalized, impacts for Indiana will include more money spent at the gas pump; fewer choices of efficient, clean vehicles; fewer jobs in

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Greenwire: EPA’s New Oil & Gas Proposal: Increased Emissions, ‘Adverse’ Health Effects

EPA Plan: Increased Emissions, ‘Adverse’ Health Effects By Niina Heikkinen The agency this morning released its proposed revisions to the Obama administration’s New Source Performance Standards for new and modified oil and gas sources (Greenwire, Sept. 11). Under the proposal, the industry would have to monitor wells on an annual basis, and low-production ones every

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