Energy Campaign

House, Senate Panels Plan Hearings To Get Input on Broad Energy Legislation

April 17 (BNA) — Legislators drafting broad energy legislation have scheduled the first in what is expected to be a series of hearings to gain input on the bills. In the House, an Energy and Commerce subcommittee has scheduled an April 23 hearing on “legislative language to create a 21st century energy and manufacturing workforce.” […]

HUD Secretary Castro, Senator Charles Schumer, And Mayor De Blasio Announce Nation’s Largest Energy Savings Program For A Public Housing Authority

HUD Secretary Castro, Senator Charles Schumer, And Mayor De Blasio Announce Nation’s Largest Energy Savings Program For A Public Housing Authority Initiative Estimated to Provide At Least $100 Million in Building Work to Reduce City Emissions While Lowering Energy Costs, Preserving Funds for Vital Repairs and Upgrades, and Creating Hundreds of Green Jobs

NASEO Reports on Clean Power Plan in Pennsylvania

In February 2015, the National Association of State Energy Officials (NASEO) released a report entitled “Incorporating Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy Policies into Section 111(d) Greenhouse Gas Compliance Plans.” This document provides a survey of several innovative energy efficiency and renewable energy programs and policies states have developed in the context of compliance with EPA’s pending […]

Bipartisan Poll Shows Pennsylvanians Embrace Clean Energy and Climate Action

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recently released a Pennsylvania statewide survey of energy issues with dramatic results: while most Pennsylvanians support the Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed limits on carbon pollution from power plants, an overwhelming number, 82 percent, want the state initiating its own plan to meet those new standards. Pennsylvania Energy Survey