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  • Feds aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 28 percent

    Feds aim to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 28 percent
    NASA opened an energy efficient office building at Langley Research Center in Hampton. The Navy is running boats on biofuel in Norfolk. But those efforts only go so far as NASA, the Department of Defense — and every other federal agency under White...
  • Nuclear power tax will cause a meltdown in your electric bill

    Nuclear power tax will cause  a meltdown in your electric bill
    The catastrophe in Japan hasn't dimmed my support for more nuclear-power plants. How we pay for them is another matter. Progress Energy has been billing us for two planned nuclear plants since 2009. Given the history of such projects, call it the Pay...
  • Governor's Energy Drive Should Boost Economy

    Friday Gov. Dannel P. Malloy outlined an ambitious road map for transforming one of Connecticut's most recognized economic disadvantages — high energy costs — into a strategic, competitive advantage. In his Comprehensive Energy Strategy,...
  • Say yes to LNG

    Say yes to LNG
    The debate about whether the United States should export liquefied natural gas (LNG) from Cove Point and other waterfront terminals has been going on for months. It is time for action. The United States has an abundance of cheap natural gas, thanks to...
  • Say no to Maryland LNG

    In his recent commentary, ("Say yes to LNG," Nov. 14) Dan Ervin does The Sun's readership a disservice by glossing over the risks of exporting liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Maryland. Mr. Ervin ignores the fact that such exports will increase Marylanders'...
  • LNG export a bad bet for Md.

    In a recent commentary ("Say yes to LNG," Nov. 13), Dan Ervin of Salisbury University correctly asserts recent industrial innovations in drilling technology — known generally as fracking — have led to an enormous surplus of natural gas in...
  • Fracking dangers are overstated

    While we agree with Katie Huffling that safe, responsible, tightly-regulated natural gas development must be done in a way that protects "the health of our communities and the environment," her recent op-ed ("The hidden health risks of fracking," July 20)...
  • Road to energy independence goes through ANWR, Keystone

    Road to energy independence goes through ANWR, Keystone
    Sometimes, it is worth our time to step back, to take the long view about seemingly intractable issues affecting our country. My long view begins with the gas line days of 1973-74, when a recently minted owner of a 1966 Ford Falcon began the daily...
  • Casey sidesteps Obama, supports Keystone XL pipeline

    Casey sidesteps Obama, supports Keystone XL pipeline
    The Obama White House's refusal to allow construction of an oil pipeline from Canada through the United States to the Gulf Coast has spurred a bitter political debate with Republicans arguing that Obama is not doing enough to spur energy independence...
  • Why sell our best shot at energy independence to other countries?

    Once again Robert Ehrlich, our twice-defeated former governor, is not leveling with the citizens ("Road to energy independence goes through ANWR and Keystone," March 11). Like his colleagues in the extreme Republican tea party, Mr. Ehrlich claims that...
  • As gasoline prices rise, Obama takes aim at alternative-energy critics

    As gasoline prices rise, Obama takes aim at alternative-energy critics
    With rising oil prices creating a drag on the economy and his re-election effort, President Barack Obama mocked Republican critics of his alternative-energy policy Thursday, comparing them to the "cynics and naysayers" who didn't believe the Earth was...