Administration Slows EV Rollout with Revised Timeline

The EPA incorporates concerns of auto worker unions into its new proposal. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) released a revised version of the proposed timeline for America’s electric…

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Energy Department Invests in Electric Heat Pump Manufacturing

Funding under the Defense Production Act will increase energy-efficient residential pump systems. The Department of Energy released $63 million this month to grow the domestic manufacturing of electric…

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House Committee Considers Overturning Pause on LNG Exports

The president’s administration recently enacted the pause on liquified natural gas. The House Energy and Commerce Committee will discuss a measure that seeks to overturn the pause on…

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DOE Finalizes Rule on Gas Stove Efficiency

A milder version than the original proposal was released after congressional pushback. The Department of Energy (DOE) finalized the rule requiring new gas stoves to reduce emissions, after…

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DOE Announces Investment in Emission Reduction Technology

Funding to address difficulties of industrial decarbonization. The Department of Energy recently invested $254 million into projects dedicated to decarbonizing the industrial sector. About 30 percent of America’s…

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Senators Introduce Congressional Review Act to Counter EPA on Aviation Fuel

The legislators say that proposed regulations could endanger the state’s economy. Senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan of Alaska have proposed the Congressional Review Act that would review…

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U.S. Signs Deal to Transition Away from Fossil Fuels 

The agreement was negotiated in the extended COP28 UN climate summit.  The Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry credited the “spirit of cooperation” that brought people together…

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EPA Allocates $2 Billion to Address Pollution in Low-Income Communities

Represents the largest federal investment in environmental justice efforts. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has opened applications for a first-of-its-kind grant program, allocating $2 billion to address pollution…

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New Highway Emission Rules Released by Administration

Some senators voice opposition to the climate agenda rules. On Thanksgiving eve, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) released a set of new highway regulations dealing with emissions. Under the…

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Energy Department Supports Ocean Carbon Capture and Storage

Secretary Granholm says the projects “will develop groundbreaking new technologies to cut emissions.“ The Department of Energy recently announced that 11 projects across 8 states will receive a…

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