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States scramble to salvage climate crusade abandoned by Trump
Los Angeles Times • Evan Halper
China Poised to Take Lead on Climate After Trump’s Move to Undo Policies
The New York Times • Edward Wong
Solar player Enertis eyeing wind power sector
Recharge • Anamaria Deduleasa
ETI launches project to remove impurities from biomass making bioenergy cheaper and more efficient
Renewable Energy Mag
Scania reports a 40% increase in sales of vehicles that run on alternative fuels and hybrids in 2016
Green Car Congress • Mmillikin
DOE BETO report provides overview of current state of alternative aviation fuels; overcoming technical and commercial barriers
Green Car Congress • Mmillikin
The World’s Biggest Beer Maker to Get All of Its Electricity From Renewables by 2025
Fortune Magazine • Joseph Hincks
Beaming solar energy from the Moon could solve Earth's energy crisis
Wired • David Warmflash
San Jose was warned about flood and failed to act, water district official says
Los Angeles Times • Associated Press
Decades-old green power law is a fresh nuisance to U.S. utilities
Reuters
 
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Climate Change, Coal Industry
States scramble to salvage climate crusade abandoned by Trump
Los Angeles TimesEvan Halper
Donald Trump’s plan to bring an abrupt halt to America’s crusade against climate change will test California and other states like never before as they seek to wrest control of the nation’s energy future from a hostile White House. The energy plan...
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Barack Obama, Climate Change
China Poised to Take Lead on Climate After Trump’s Move to Undo Policies
The New York TimesEdward Wong
For years, the Obama administration prodded, cajoled and beseeched China to make commitments to limit the use of fossil fuels to try to slow the global effects of climate change. President Obama and other American officials saw the pledges from both Beijing...
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Microsoft Corp, Net Metering
Solar player Enertis eyeing wind power sector
RechargeAnamaria Deduleasa
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Biomass, Energy & Utilities
ETI launches project to remove impurities from biomass making bioenergy cheaper and more efficient
Renewable Energy Mag
The Energy Technologies Institute (ETI) has launched a £2.2 million Feedstock Improvement project that aims to make biomass cheaper and more efficient.
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Auto Industry, Biofuels
Scania reports a 40% increase in sales of vehicles that run on alternative fuels and hybrids in 2016
Green Car CongressMmillikin
The number of vehicles that Scania sold that run on alternative fuels and hybrids increased by 40 percent in 2016. In total, close to 5,000 such vehicles were sold in 2016. The demand for vehicles that support the shift to sustainable transport...
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Biofuels, Biomass
DOE BETO report provides overview of current state of alternative aviation fuels; overcoming technical and commercial barriers
Green Car CongressMmillikin
« National Academies report finds EPA’s controlled human exposure studies of air pollution are warranted | Main | Scania reports a 40% increase in sales of vehicles that run on alternative fuels and hybrids in 2016 » The US Department of Energy’s...
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Climate Change, Renewable Energy
The World’s Biggest Beer Maker to Get All of Its Electricity From Renewables by 2025
Fortune MagazineJoseph Hincks
The world's largest beer maker Anheuser-Busch InBev (bud, +0.14%) may be based in Belgium but its leading brands Budweiser and Bud Light—the U.S.' top selling beer in 2016—are quintessential Americana. On Tuesday—the same day that President Trump signed an executive order cutting...
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Energy & Utilities, Nuclear Power
Beaming solar energy from the Moon could solve Earth's energy crisis
WiredDavid Warmflash
Earth's energy needs could be supplied on the Moon. Although this may sound quixotic, physics says it's feasible, and it could be economically viable. All of the needed technology exists, plus new developments are continuously making a lunar option more viable. Indeed,...
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Hydropower
San Jose was warned about flood and failed to act, water district official says
Los Angeles TimesAssociated Press
Water officials say San Jose city authorities received several warnings that flooding was imminent but failed to evacuate thousands of residents who were trapped in their homes after a creek broke its banks. John Varela, board chairman of the Santa Clara Valley...
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Duke Energy Corp, Energy & Utilities
Decades-old green power law is a fresh nuisance to U.S. utilities
Reuters
March 29 (Reuters) - In the last four years, North Carolina has become the second largest solar market in the United States, behind only California.
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