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So Much for "Conventional Wisdom:" New Data on 23 Democratic House Incumbents Show That Support for Climate Change Bill Could Help in Tough Races WASHINGTON, Oct.
WASHINGTON, July 22 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Robbie Diamond, president of the Electrification Coalition, released the following statement today in response to news reports outlining the energy bill expected to reach the Senate floor next week: "The Senate is making a dramatic mistake if the energy bill that is debated next week does not include the bipartisan electrification provisions that only yesterday were overwhelmingly voted out of committee.
First collaboration of its kind yields recommendations for updates that will cut energy bill by 30 percent GAITHERSBURG, Md., May 7 /PRNewswire/ -- Sodexo, a leading integrated services company providing food service and facilities management on 600 campuses in the United States, joined with a group of sustainability-minded Ithaca College students in upstate New York to cook up a plan to chop the energy bill by 30 percent and slice the kitchen carbon footprint by 26 percent by switching to...
By Kim Leonard Rather than calming worries over how to control electricity costs in Pennsylvania, an energy bill that passed the state Legislature this week is fueling debate over whether consumers will have to pay more for power in coming years.
By Douglas Turner On energy policy, Democrats are offering the nation only Woodstock fetishes like bongs, beads and sideburns instead of solutions to a worsening crisis.
An environmental group is asking the governor to step in and stop legislation that would open some federal lands for oil shale development.
By DIANA MARRERO Washington -- Oil companies would technically be able to start drilling in offshore areas now off-limits to such exploration under a broad energy bill approved in the House of Representatives on a 236-189 vote Tuesday night.
CDW Corporation, a leading provider of technology products and services to business, government and education, today released its 2008 Energy Efficient IT (E2IT) Report, based on a June survey of 778 information technology (IT) professionals in the public and private sectors who purchase IT equipment.
By Lisa Lambert WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Department of Energy on Tuesday ordered the manufacturers of more than a dozen appliances and products, ranging from traffic signals to commercial ice makers, to create products that use less energy.
By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress may need to pass legislation dealing with energy issues, such as incentives to expand U.S. oil refining capacity, in response to Hurricane Katrina, House Republican leaders said on Friday.
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