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The Alternative Agenda: Tony Hayward’s Out and What to Expect This Week in Green Energy [UPDATE]

Tony Hayward is out at BP. Bob Dudley is in. Obama is blamed for the climate bill’s failure. UK offshore wind needs access to billions in financing.

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Reblog: Kerry-Lieberman: Short on Innovation

This post by Mark Muro, fellow and policy director, Metropolitan Policy Program at the Brookings Institution, was first published on the Brookings’s Up Front Blog. As the spin cycles speculate on whether the Kerry-Lieberman Senate climate bill has a chance to pass this year, I�ve been looking at its clean energy innovation provisions and am…

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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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Energy Secretary Chu to the U.S. on China’s Green Leap: “Sit Up and Take Notice” [UPDATE]

In a call with reporters today, Energy Secretary Steven Chu said that the U.S. needs a comprehensive energy and climate change law to beat China and lead the cleantech industry. He said�China�s emergence as a green superpower couldn’t be ignored. “The U.S. should sit up and take notice,” Chu told reporters. A climate change law…

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