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Senate Democrats Kill Cap-and-Trade Bill

Cap -and -trade is officially dead. This afternoon Senate Democrats, in a caucus meeting, decided not to pursue legislation that would seek to cap carbon and other green house gases by pricing them, a market-friendly scheme known as cap-and-trade. This is a clear setback for cleantech and renewable energy companies.� A comprehensive climate change and…

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Kerry � Lieberman: The Reaction

Reaction to the Kerry – Lieberman climate change and energy legislation has been positive, largely for being what it is: A solid effort by the U.S. to tackle the climate change issue that comes years after major industrialized nations in Europe rolled out their own carbon-pricing plan. See here, for our analysis on the bill’s…

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April Top Ten Players In Green Energy

1: Cape Wind The 420-megawatt Cape Wind project �is big, but the expectations for it are even bigger. Interior Secretary Ken Salazar, who just last week�announced approval for the project amidst some stiff opposition, expects the Nantucket Sound wind farm to do no less than prove the viability of offshore wind in America. Much remains…

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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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Climate Change Legislation Is Just A Deal Away

First, the good news,� Senator Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is not completely turning his back on the energy and climate change legislation he co-authored and then walked away from just hours before it was set to be officially rolled out. Now the bad news,� Democrats were set to release� later today, a very preliminary draft of…

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