Administration Considers Ban of Gas Stoves

Officials says the appliances are polluters. The Consumer Product Safety Commission is considering the elimination of gas-burning stoves due to the pollution and the contribution they make to…

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EPA Proposes Higher Standards on Air Pollution

Agency intends to tighten limits on soot. The Environmental Protection Agency announced its intention to increase air pollution regulations on the limits of soot. The fine particulate matter…

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Congressionally Mandated Oil Reserve Sales Cancelled for 2023

SPR levels were significantly depleted by sales in 2022. Congress included a provision in the 2023 spending bill that cancels certain mandated sales from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve…

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Energy Secretary Vacates Wrongful Review of Oppenheimer

Written order reverses 1954 decision to revoke scientist’s security clearance. Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm recently reversed the government’s 1954 decision to revoke J. Robert Oppenheimer’s security clearance…

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Energy Department Invests in Geothermal Drilling

$15 million to fund two projects intended to reduce drilling costs by 25%. The Department of Energy (DOE) announced that investments of $15 million are being made in…

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Energy Department to Fund Solar Research Projects

$8 million will go into six research projects set to study agrivoltaics. The Department of Energy announced last week that it would be providing six agrivoltaic research projects…

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Land Bureau Drafts Rules to Prevent Methane Leaks

Proposal would require monthly leak detection for oil and gas drilling. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) proposed rules this week to curb methane gas leaks from oil…

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$350 Million Allocated for Long-Duration Energy Storage

U.S. energy department advances research for key component of clean electric infrastructure. The Department of Energy (DOE) has published a funding opportunity for projects furthering technology for Long-Duration…

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Advanced Nuclear Production Funding Awarded by DOE

The funds are intended to accelerate research for commercial-scale uranium  The Department of Energy (DOE) has announced that they are awarding $150 million to speed up the production…

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DOE Commemorates Infrastructure Legislation Anniversary

Energy Secretary provides summary during the climate summit. During a panel at the 27th Conference of the Parties of the UNFCCC (COP27), Secretary of Energy Jennifer Granholm reflected…

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