“ConservAmerica recognizes that climate change is real; it’s a challenge to our economy, our way of life, and the health and safety of Americans.” ConservAmerica Chairwoman Tina Beattie. Read her full Op-Ed on Blue Collar Solar at the AZCentral.
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“That (ranking of climate change compared to other liberal issues) raises concern among some Republicans who see climate change, and the GOP’s positions on it, as an electoral issue that helps Democrats.” Many More Republicans Now Believe in Climate Change
Solar energy represents an incredible opportunity for our nation’s economy and for individual homeowners. However, there are serious issues…rooted in physics, the state of our grid, and finance which slows the growth of solar. Some of those issues also pit various interest groups against each other. ConservAmerica is working to solve the solar conundrum.
The United States Senate passed The Energy Policy Modernization Act (S. 2012) with strong bi-partisan support on Wednesday. With leadership from Chairwoman Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) and the Republican Majority, the Senate in an overwhelmingly display of support passed the first major energy bill since 2007 in an 85-12 vote. The bill provides billions in research […]
Last week, the U.S. Department of Energy approved Clean Line Energy’s critical high voltage direct current (HVDC) transmission line to move low-cost wind energy from the Plains states to the Southeast. The Plains & Eastern Clean Line HVDC transmission projected was submitted to the DOE in July 2010 in response to a department solicitation under […]
In a March 4 letter to CNN, 21 mayors of South Florida cities requested the topic of climate change be discussed at last night’s Republican debate. Moderator Jake Tapper asked the question, quoting a Republican mayor who wanted to know if each candidate accepted climate science and what strategy each would pursue if elected president. […]
“The U.S. has been leading the Nuclear Age since the start of the Manhattan Project. It now produces nearly twice as much electricity from fission as France. But unless or until politicians in Washington — and, in particular, Democratic politicians, in state capitals like Sacramento and Albany — get serious about keeping existing reactors operating, […]
Senator Lisa Murkowski, chair of the Senate Energy and Environment committee, took a group of her colleagues to Bethel, Alaska to learn about energy innovation in remote Alaskan villages. Accompanying her were Senators Steve Daines (MT), John Barrasso (WY), and Shelley Moore Capito (WV). Read the full story at the Committee’s website.
“Environmental groups are cheering over the Supreme Court’s Monday ruling in the obscure yet deeply consequential case Federal Energy Regulatory Commission vs. Electric Power Supply Association, in which a 6-2 court decision blessed “demand response” — the idea that big companies (and maybe, someday, aggregated groups of individuals) can get paid for using less electricity […]