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H2@Scale Project Launched in Texas
Frontier Energy, Inc., in close collaboration with GTI and The University of Texas at Austin, recently announced the launch of a U.S. Department of Energy project, Demonstration and Framework for H2@Scale in Texas and Beyond...
Governor Abbott, Texas, Declares Clean Energy Week
Texas Governor Abbot issued a statewide proclamation naming September 21-25, 2020 Clean Energy Week.
South Carolina Launches New Online State Financing Program Portal
The South Carolina Energy Office recently launched EnergySaver.SC.GOV, a website that helps residential and commercial consumers easily find energy-saving programs. The need for this resource was first identified in the South Carolina Energy Plan in 2016, and the details were further refined during a U...
Pennsylvania Jobs Report Finds Fast Growth in Clean Energy Employment from 2017 to 2019
Last week, the Energy Programs Office of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection unveiled the Clean Energy Employment Report, highlighting the critical role energy jobs play in the state’s economy...
Schools, Efficiency, COVID, and Air Quality
State and local governments are grappling with the investments needed for students to return to school amidst COVID.
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U.S. Senate and House WAP Reauthorization Bills Introduced
A bipartisan group of U.S. Senators and U.S. Representatives introduced legislation in both chambers to strengthen and reauthorize the Weatherization Assistance Program (WAP), with strong support from NASEO and other partner organizations.
DOE Assistant Secretary Evans Testifies Before House Energy and Commerce Committee
Karen Evans, Assistant Secretary for the U.S. Department of Energy’s Office of Cybersecurity, Energy Security, and Emergency Response, recently testified before the House Energy and Commerce Committee.
Swiss-U.S. Energy Innovation Days 2018 Convene Energy Professionals Across the Atlantic
The Swiss-U.S. Energy Innovation Days (SUEID) 2018 convened entrepreneurs, governments, academics, and others from Switzerland and the United States for a three-day workshop that explored new technologies, research methods, and collaborative approaches to energy production and use...
USEER Reveals Growth Trends in Changing U.S. Energy Market
The 2018 U.S. Energy and Employment Report finds that the U.S. energy market accounts for millions of jobs, including in electric power generation and fuels; transmission, distribution and storage; energy efficiency; and motor vehicles.
AFPM Releases Report on Fuel and Petrochemical Supply Chains
On July 9, the American Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers (AFPM) released its "Fuel and Petrochemical Supply Chains" report. The report describes key elements of the petroleum and petrochemical sectors - and discusses the role this infrastructure plays in delivering everyday fuels and consumer goods.
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MEA Helps Hyattsville Police Department Get New EV Wheels
Thanks to a grant from the Maryland Energy Administration, the Hyattsville City Police Department in Maryland has added a Chevrolet Bolt EV and zero electric motorcycle to its police fleet, along with two DC-fast charging stations which can be used by both the police and public.
Energy Planning Underway in Virginia and New Jersey
Virginia and New Jersey are using extensive stakeholder engagement and public input processes as they develop new comprehensive energy plans.
Alaska Energy Authority Supports Wind Project for Rural Alaskan Community
A small, remote village on the Alaska Peninsula will soon be able to use wind electricity to power and heat homes, thanks to grants from the U.S. Department of Agriculture, Bristol Bay Economic Development Corporation, and Alaska Energy Authority’s Renewable Energy Fund program...
Zero-Energy Capable Mini-City in Austin, Texas Keeps Costs Low
A mini-city 20 minutes from downtown Austin, Texas is taking energy efficiency to new heights—and new low costs.
First-ever U.S. Freshwater Wind Farm to be Developed in Ohio
On July 5, the Ohio Power Siting Board (OPSB) recommended conditional approval of what could be the first freshwater wind turbine project ever developed in the United States. Led by the Lake Erie Energy Development Co. (LEEDCo), the six-turbine “Icebreaker” wind farm will be sited approximately 10 miles off the coast of Cleveland, OH in Lake Erie.
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