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The Top Ten Players in Green Energy: Nos.    1-5

5:   A123 Systems It’s been a little more than a month since the initial public offering (IPO) of lithium-ion battery maker, A123 Systems. So far the stock is still trading above its IPO price. On Monday, November 2nd the stock closed at […]

President Obama Addresses Massachusetts Institute of Technology Students on Green Energy

President Barack Obama addressed a crowd at MIT this afternoon on America’s green energy future. The video is available here, sorry no embed link yet. The president’s full remarks are here.  Environmental Capital’sKeith Johnson has a quick response, noting that Obama didn’t make […]

Kerry Proposes Green Energy Legislation, Leaves out the Carbon Pricing

John Kerry: Still fighting for green energy Sen. John Kerry is taking another whack at the pinata and has introduced a bill to spur clean energy production with tax incentives. Kerry’s new bill, called the Clean Energy Technology and Leadership Act, proposes the […]

EPA on Climate Bill: A modest impact on consumers A Huge Impact On The Climate

The EPA?s analysis of the American Power Act has concluded that it will have ?a relatively modest impact on U.S. consumers? and cost households about $79 to $146 per year. The cost estimates do not account for the benefits of avoiding climate change […]

May Top Ten Players In Green Energy

1: Tony Hayward, BP CEO As any coach of a professional sports team knows, when your bosses publicly declare their support for you, the end is nigh. So it is with BP head Tony Hayward, who, a spokesman has averred, “has the full […]

Lindsey Graham: Gulf Spill Means no Climate Bill

Lindsey Graham: A Puzzling Man The politics of the BP oil spill keep getting more confusing. Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., is saying that the spill has prompted President Obama to finally get on board with the American Power Act and “thump the bully […]

Reblog: A Closer Look at the Kerry-Lieberman Cap-and-Trade Proposal

Robert Stavins, a professor of business and government at Harvard, thinks harder about climate legislation than almost anyone out there. Thus, his new analysis of the Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act should be required reading, particularly in light of stories that suggest the bill […]

Reblog: A Closer Look at the Kerry-Lieberman Cap-and-Trade Proposal

Robert Stavins, a professor of business and government at Harvard, thinks harder about climate legislation than almost anyone out there. Thus, his new analysis of the Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act should be required reading, particularly in light of stories that suggest the bill is stacked with […]

The Week In Green Energy: Getting To 60?

Week of May 10, – to – May 14, 2010 Senators Kerry and Lieberman release the American Power Act. “60″, well actually “58″, that’s the number of Senators John Kerry (D-Mass) and Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) will have to convince to support their energy and climate […]

Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act Released, Will It Pass?

The BP oil slick in the Gulf of Mexico, will it make or brake the Kerry — Lieberman bill? Had it all gone according to plan it should have read the “Kerry-Lieberman-Graham American Power act.” But (for now)?Senator Graham (R-S.C.) will not attach […]