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From The New York Times
Published on Friday, January 21st, 2011
On the same day that a federal judge rejected U.S. EPA’s bid to wait 15 more months before setting a set of controversial air pollution rules for industrial boilers, the agency sent the final rules to the White House for review, drawing fire from environmentalists, who say the agency was being disingenuous in requesting an extension.
From The Economist
Published on Thursday, December 9th, 2010
American utilities are signing up for renewable energy mainly because their regulators insist on it. But solar’s improving economics are making this imposition less onerous.
From The Financial Times: ft energysource blog
Published on Thursday, November 11th, 2010
The US government has failed to appreciate the expertise and experience that launched the global shale gas scramble is in its own backyard. The US gas boom has generated so much capacity in America that prices have collapsed.