January 9, 2013

What the 2nd Term Means For Green Energy

Ryan Galloway, Forbes


Ethan K.

When Barack Obama was elected to the presidency in 2008, many assumed he had a mandate to pursue various alternative energy solutions against which previous administrations had hedged. Four years and a re-election later, the Obama administration’s aims remain very much the same, and its clean energy mandate is every bit as ambitious.

Read Full Article ››

TAGGED: Second Term, President Obama, Green Energy

RECOMMENDED ARTICLES

October 23, 2013
UK Green Levies 101
Rowena Mason, The Guardian
What are the "green charges" that David Cameron wants to roll back? These are extra costs levied on household gas and electricity bills to pay for low-carbon energy sources such as windfarms and solar panels. The government has... more ››
We need to stop paying for incredibly expensive green energy, and make sure it gets cheaper as fast as possible, otherwise huge amounts of money will be wasted on doing nothing, Bjorn Lomborg, a professor at Copenhagen Business... more ››
October 24, 2013
British Politicos Jump From Burning Green Ship
The American Interest
Britain’s leading politicians are racing to jump ship from the country’s green energy policies as electricity prices continue to rise. Prime Minister David Cameron and Labour opposition leader Ed Miliband sparred during the... more ››
October 24, 2013
Clean Energy: Destroyer of the Environment
Danny Huizinga, PolicyMic
Policies that claim to be sustainable don't always live up to their billing. Before supporting clean energy policies that claim to be sustainable, we should look at the facts. Many of these policies actually increase energy... more ››
Germany is racing past 20% renewable energy on its electricity grid, but news stories stridently warn that this new wind and solar power is costing “billions.” But often left out (or buried far from the lede) is the... more ››