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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.�

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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 support of the board.� To be sure, Hayward has been dealt a…

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The Alternative Agenda: What to Look for This Week in Green Energy

The Alternative Agenda: What to Look for This Week in Green Energy

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

The lion�s share of the allowance value in the American Power Act goes to consumers and public purposes and only 18% accrues to private industry, Harvard’s Robert Stavins finds.

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Repost: A First Look at the Details of The Kerry-Lieberman American Power Act

A summary of the new American Power Act and comparison with the Waxman-Markey bill and President Obama’s campaign promises.

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