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June Top Ten Players In Green Energy

1: President Barack Obama Last month’s first Oval Office address by President Obama on the Gulf spill was paned for its lack of specifics. We at G.E.R. believed that the speech was pure-Obama as he he provided the outline for a comprehensive climate change and energy legislation. But much like he did during the healthcare…

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Guestblog: 10 (More) Proposals For a Comprehensive Clean Energy Policy

Michael J. Zimmer is Of Counsel with Thompson Hine LLP in Washington DC. He serves on the American Bar Association�s Renewable Energy and Carbon Trading Committee and the Environmental Finance Committee. He is� also vice chair of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) biomass coordinating council and is an executive in Residence at Ohio…

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The Week In Green Energy: Offshore In the USA�

Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, making the announcement in Boston, conceded that his decision would not please everyone on nearby Cape Cod, where residents will have the best view of the 130 Siemens offshore wind turbines to be deployed across the Nantucket Sound.

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Big Misunderstandings about ARRA Stimulus for Clean Energy

By Arno Harris, CEO of Recurrent Energy A few weeks ago I flagged a story in the Christian Science Monitor titled “Stimulus Funds for Clean Energy Largely Unspent” because I thought�it deserved a clarifying ‘blog post. The story repeats�several big misunderstandings about the�status of�renewable energy programs�included in the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009…

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Guestblog: 10 Proposals For a Comprehensive Clean Energy Policy

Michael J. Zimmer is Of Counsel with Thompson Hine LLP in Washington DC. He serves on the American Bar Association’s Renewable Energy and Carbon Trading Committee and the Environmental Finance Committee. He is� also vice chair of the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) biomass coordinating council and also serves as executive in Residence at…

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