DOE Distributes Fifth Round of Grid Resilience Grants

Two states and three Tribal nations receive a combined $34 million. The Department of Energy recently distributed the fifth round of funding through the Grid Resilience State and…

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PRAYER ALERT: Wildfires Continue to Burn in Maui

Mainland firefighters and rescuers aid efforts on the islands. UPDATE: 11 AM EST, August 11 Officials in Hawaii report that firefighters continue to be added to the effort…

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Legislators Seek “Common Language” Around Clean Energy

Representative says support for climate legislation depends on credibility. Clean energy has become a focus of Congress as bipartisan members enact policies to address climate change. However, legislators…

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Recipients of Grid Resilience Energy Grants Announced

Energy Department chooses nine states and three tribal nations for a third round of distributions. The Department of Energy (DOE) distributed $207.6 million to nine states and three…

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EPA Launches Grants for Residential Solar Panels

Administrator Regan announces funding as part of the “Solar for All” program. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently launched the “Solar for All” grant program, which will distribute…

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Mountain Valley Pipeline Construction Advances

The Appalachian pipeline was renegotiated as part of the debt ceiling legislation the president signed early this month. White House adviser John Podesta recently defended President Biden’s decision…

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Critical U.S. Infrastructure Hit by Chinese Hackers 

Actions involve the U.S. territory of Guam.  A report from “Five Eyes” intelligence (an alliance of the U.S., UK, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand, plus Japan and India)…

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U.S. Power Grid Reliability is at Risk

Watchdog reports that two-thirds of North America could experience power outages this summer. President Biden’s administration has promoted a reliance on green energy instead of coal and gas.…

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President Approves Disaster Declaration after Tornadoes in OK

Eight tornados left 3 dead and dozens injured. President Joe Biden approved a disaster declaration this week for parts of Oklahoma that were devastated by a number of…

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EPA Issues New Rules for Factories and Power Plants 

The “Good Neighbor Plan” impacts 23 states.  The Environmental Protection Agency introduced new rules that are intended to limit power plant and factory emissions—particularly for those industries located…

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