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How will Texas meet new EPA carbon reductions? “This not going to be that challenging,” says UT Energy Institute representative

The White House announced last week that the Environmental Protection Agency will issue new rules calling for states to reduce carbon emissions from power production by 39 per cent by 2030. If you listen to those with a vested interest … Continue reading

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A must-read assesment of trends in energy production: “Solar power has won the global argument”

An article by Ambrose Evans-Pritchard in the Vancouver Sun today paints a vivid picture of the future of solar energy: Solar power has won the global argument. Photovoltaic energy is already so cheap that it competes with oil, diesel and … Continue reading

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“All-of-the-above” is not an energy policy, Huff Poster says

William S. Becker recently published a two-part analysis titled: ‘All of the Above’ Is No Energy Policy. Here’s an excerpt: There are variations to “all of the above”. One is, “There is no silver bullet” to solve our energy problems. … Continue reading

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