State Field Likely Set for Clean Power Plan Legal Fray

By Anthony Adragna |November 10, 2015 Just five states are not currently involved with litigation on the Environmental Protection Agency’s Clean Power Plan and at least two of those—Pennsylvania and Nevada—don’t plan to enter the legal fray. Both Pennsylvania and Nevada have concluded developing state implementation plans for implementing the carbon dioxide emissions cuts for existingContinue reading “State Field Likely Set for Clean Power Plan Legal Fray”

Yellow flag on green energy in desert

By Ric Anderson |November 9, 2015 It might seem like environmental groups would be the most enthusiastic supporters that the solar energy industry could have. But if you think environmentalists are taking a full-speed-ahead approach to expansion of the industry, think again. Although they’re by no means opposing efforts to generate more solar energy, they’re urgingContinue reading “Yellow flag on green energy in desert”