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Full Title: Water-Energy Nexus: Business Risks and Rewards Author(s): Eliot Metzger, Paul Reig, William Hua Wen, Robert Samuel Young and Brandon Owens Publisher(s): World Resources Institute (WRI) Publication Date: 01/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Water...
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President-elect Donald Trump has only vaguely defined his plans for energy policy, via his website and campaign statements and tweets. As a result, one can only speculate how energy policy...
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After years of discussion and delay, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is set to finalize ozone standards in the coming weeks. It's a rule long in the making: EPA's decision...
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Full Title: White Paper: Medium-term outlook for US power: 2015 = deepest de-carbonization ever Author(s): Meredith Annex Publisher(s): Bloomberg New Energy Finance Publication Date: 04/2015 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): In 2015, the US could set...
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Full Title: Why Liquid Coal Is Not a Viable Option to Move America Beyond Oil Author(s): NRDC Publisher(s):  Natural Resources Defense Council Publication Date: 2/2007 Identifier: www.nrdc.org/globalwarming/solutions Language: English Length: 2 pages, PDF, Fact Sheet Full Text:...
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Full Title: Why the Coal Industry Should Embrace a Carbon Tax Author(s): Niskanen Center Publisher(s): Niskanen Center Publication Date: 01/2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): The coal industry is in an economic free-fall due to low-cost...
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There is an investment vehicle available to oil and natural gas development that is not available to renewable energy resource projects.  There is a current effort in Congress to change...
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Thanks to breakthroughs in seismic imaging, horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, the US in 2012 reduced its reliance on much dirtier coal by shifting to gas-fired power plants. This trend...
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[caption id="attachment_28262" align="alignleft" width="300"] Photo by Kimon Berlin[/caption] Coal isn’t coming back although with real investment in carbon capture and sequestration, it could continue to contribute to a clean energy economy....
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Full Title: Will We Ever Stop Using Fossil Fuels? Author(s): Thomas Covert, Michael Greenstone, and Christopher R. Knittel Publisher(s): Journal of Economic Perspectives Publication Date: 2016 Full Text: ->DOWNLOAD DOCUMENT<- Description (excerpt): Scientists believe significant climate change...
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