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Renewable Energy

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  • EU pushes back deadlines 2 years in green energy funding scheme

    LONDON (Reuters) - European government officials have approved a proposal to delay deadlines for final investment decisions and the operational launch of Europe's first commercial-scale carbon capture and storage plant and 40 renewable energy projects....
  • German households get small break on green power surcharge

    FRANKFURT (Reuters) - A surcharge included since 2000 on German household power bills to help fund renewable energy will be trimmed for the first time, network companies said on Wednesday. Germany has expanded renewable energy as part of sweeping changes...
  • Pakistan, US appear once again to be cooperating on drone strikes

    ISLAMABAD A series of CIA drone strikes launched last week against Taliban insurgents in Pakistan's northwest tribal areas provide the clearest demonstration yet that the U.S. intelligence agency and Pakistani security forces are once again cooperating on...
  • McAuliffe pitches energy plan

    McAuliffe pitches energy plan
    Gov. Terry McAuliffe pitched his all-of-the-above energy plan Tuesday to a joint gathering of business leaders and the Virginia League of Conservation Voters, and he won applause at several points for a promised turn toward conservation and renewable...
  • French energy transition law to cut red tape on renewables

    PARIS (Reuters) - France's much-delayed energy transition bill passed a key hurdle on Tuesday after a clear majority of the lower house of parliament adopted a text that skirts the key nuclear issue but includes simplification measures likely to boost...
  • German green power surcharge to ease 1.1 percent in 2015: sources

    DUESSELDORF/BERLIN (Reuters) - Germany's green energy surcharge will fall 1.1 percent next year, sources close to the process said on Tuesday, reflecting expectations for lower power prices for consumers after the government scaled back support for...
  • Governor's power play

    The energy plan proposed earlier this month by Gov. Terry McAuliffe casts a wide net. The "all-of-the-above" strategy would see the commonwealth continue and expand production of legacy fuel sources including coal, natural gas and nuclear while...
  • Support the dam to support Md. [Commentary]

    Support the dam to support Md. [Commentary]
    Energy production has emerged as arguably the primary growth engine for America's economy. Oil production is surging, and the United States will emerge as the world's leading producer sometime this decade. America has already established self-...
  • Gas exports may foil British Columbia carbon goals

    VANCOUVER, British Columbia Each time motorists in this province fill up their tanks, they pay a carbon tax of about 25 cents per gallon. The tax which hits most of the oil, coal and gas consumed in British Columbia is a key component in one of the...
  • Unlocking the potential of Great Plains wind power

    Julie Wernau’s story about new, privately funded power-line projects to unlock the potential of Great Plains wind power was fascinating. This is, in my view, an exciting development because it clears up one of the biggest bottlenecks in the growth...
  • Cutting greenhouse gas emissions should be our highest priority

    Thanks for your Tribune reporter Julie Wernau’s thorough and informative article on Clean Line Energy Partners and its plan to build transmission lines from the wind-rich Great Plains states to where electricity is needed, including Illinois...