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Soup-to-nuts review finds CA Clean Cars program working

The California Air Resources Board (ARB) released a soup-to-nuts review of its Advanced Clean Car (ACC) program today.

Regional Grid Expansion Moves Ahead in Rocky Mountain States

As California and the West continue to explore the possibility of a regional market to save money and ensure more clean energy powers the homes and businesses of their residents, several electric utilities along the Rocky Mountain Front Range are moving forward with their own grid reforms.

Rex Tillerson’s Vague Answers on Climate & Paris Agreement

How will the Trump Administration work with other nations to tackle climate change? Judging by Rex Tillerson’s remarks in his confirmation hearing and record of service – by doing very little to address climate change and by surrendering American leadership.

Paving the Way for an Efficient Light Bulb in Every Socket

The U.S. Department of Energy has just updated and expanded its definition of what constitutes an everyday light bulb in our homes and businesses, paving the way for the Trump administration to implement the second phase of a bipartisan law signed by President George W.

A Close Read of Scott Pruitt's Case for Leading EPA

Today, President-Elect Donald Trump’s nominee to head the Environmental Protection Agency, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt, will appear before the Senate Environment and Public Works Committee, which will consider his nomination.

Will Perry Try to Undo Big Years of Clean Energy Progress?

When Rick Perry faces his Senate confirmation hearing tomorrow, the former Texas governor’s  goal will be to convince all of us that he’s up to the task of running the U.S. Department of Energy (DOE).