April 12, 2021

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  • President Biden Friday proposed a 10.2 percent funding hike for the Energy Department in fiscal year 2022, saying the $46.1 billion spending plan includes a minimum 27 percent increase over current-year DOE spending levels to spur development and...
  • “Deeply disappointing” Native American groups and other opponents of the oil pipeline, Justice Department lawyers told a federal judge Friday that the Biden administration will not shut down Energy Transfer’s Dakota Access pipeline at this time even...
  • The lack of power plant winterization requirements in Texas theoretically could have opened the door for a generator strategy to drive up power prices during the state’s mid-February grid crisis by letting some of its plants conk out in cold...
  • The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority announced Wednesday that Doreen Harris will permanently take charge of the clean energy agency after serving as its interim leader for 10 months.Harris took over as interim president and...
  • After more than a decade of planning and environmental impact studies, the country’s first commercial-scale wave energy test site has received an operating license from federal regulators, but the project slated for the Oregon coast is facing a $9...
  • The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has approved a proposal by the New York Independent System Operator that appears to set the first detailed rules for integrating co-located renewables plus storage into the grid, including tariff changes to...