Judge Orders Proof of Scott Pruitt’s Climate Claims

Judge Orders Proof of Scott Pruitt’s Climate Claims

A federal judge has ruled that the EPA and its first-in-charge Scott Pruitt must provide the research he cites that contradicts large amounts of science-based research claiming humans are warming the planet at an unprecedented pace through the burning of fossil fuels. According to Scientific … Read more…

Energy Industry Attorney Pinpointed for EPA Role; Dems Plan to Fight

Energy Industry Attorney Pinpointed for EPA Role; Dems Plan to Fight

President Trump recently announced his nomination of energy industry attorney William Wehrum to the position of EPA assistant administrator for the Office of Air and Radiation. Wehrum is currently head of the administrative law group and a partner at the Richmond, Virginia-based firm Hunton & … Read more…

New Renewable Fuel Standard Sympathetic to Ethanol Makers

New Renewable Fuel Standard Sympathetic to Ethanol Makers

During the 2016 presidential campaign, Donald Trump campaigned in Iowa on maintaining the ethanol requirements and the subsidies given to farmers to produce the gas additive. But the Environmental Protection Agency has proposed to reduce the percentages necessary for 2018. The so-called Renewable Fuel Standard … Read more…

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple Lead On-Site Renewables Challenge

Walmart, Apple and the US Department of Energy are the top three on-site renewable power users, according to the US Environmental Protection Agency’s list of Green Power Partners. Coca-Cola and General Motors round out the top five. As of October 26, 307 organizations have joined the EPA’s Green Power Partnership, … Read more…

IEMS Revenue to Reach $35.6B by 2024

IEMS Revenue to Reach $35.6B by 2024

The industrial energy management system (IEMS) market is expected to grow from $13.5 billion in 2015 to $35.6 billion in 2024, according to a new report from Navigant Research. Increasing customer demand for IEMS software and services will cause this market will grow aggressively during … Read more…

DOE to Invest $10 Million as Part of New “Smart Cities” Initiative

The US Department of Energy (DOE) will invest almost $10 million to expand smart cities technologies that promote energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions. The investment is part of the Obama Administration’s new Smart Cities Initiative to help local communities address the effects of … Read more…

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