The passage of the Production Tax Credit (PTC) and the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) means it’s time for the wind energy industry to get down to business in 2013. These Tax Credits bring stability to our industry and add momentum to the development of wind projects, providing hundreds of manufacturing facilities and thousands of jobs for America.
Energy and utility leaders face dramatic changes. Global economic turmoil, regulatory uncertainty, shifting demand, and the expanding role of natural gas are at the forefront. At the same time, policy makers and the public are frequently at odds; investors and companies have vastly different time horizons; sovereign debt and partisan gridlock put business decisions at risk. How can energy leaders manage through this turbulence?
As America emerges from the worst economic downturn since the Great Depression, signs of innovation continue to sprout from the grassroots around the nation, nurtured by emerging private- and public-sector leaders who are producing new solutions to old challenges.
Will the Obama administration act on the president's vows to prioritize climate change policy in the second term? Featuring conversations with leading experts on climate change and environmental policy, the Politics of Climate Change Forum will seek to forecast the future of climate change policy.
NASCSP has developed a region-specific, virtual conference to bring you the latest Weatherization Plus Health news, tools, and resources.
The Subcommittee on Energy and Power and the Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade will hold a joint hearing.
The National Association of Manufacturers will host a two-day conference bringing together energy producers to discuss their agenda for the 113th Congress.
The Green Business Roundtable(TM), in partnership with the International Society of Sustainability Professionals and the Sustainable Enterprise Institute, presents a dynamic and comprehensive half-day Symposium addressing college/university endowments and the risks associated with their investments in non-sustainable enterprises.
The Cato Institute will Host a panel discussion on Wednesday, June 19th at Noon, looking at the future of transportation and the Highway Trust Fund.
The full Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources will hold a hearing to consider hearing is to receive testimony on water resource issues in the Klamath River Basin.
The House Natural Resources Committee's Subcommittee on Energy and Mineral Resources will hold an oversight hearing entitled “Mining in America: Powder River Basin Coal Mining the Benefits and Challenges.”