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Rick Perry and the “Texas Approach” to Renewable Energy and Infrastructure

, senior energy analyst, Climate & Energy Program

Rick Perry—Trump’s pick for the Department of Energy—saw how infrastructure can impact energy development when he was governor of Texas.
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There Oughtta Be a Law to Fix the Grid—and There Is!

, , senior energy analyst, Climate & Energy Program

Federal policies to introduce more choice in electricity supplies, and competition from new technologies and companies, continue to evolve and improve. These reforms have greatly fostered the growth of renewable energy across the United States. And a court decision today will help ensure that they continue to do so.
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UCS Files in Support of FERC’s Groundbreaking Transmission Rule

, former dir. of energy policy & regulation, Climate & Energy

On June 25, UCS joined the Conservation Law Foundation, Environmental Defense Fund and the Natural Resources Defense Council in filing a motion for leave to intervene in a court challenge by several utilities to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission’s (FERC) groundbreaking Order No. 1000, Transmission Planning and Cost Allocation by Transmission Owning and Operating Public Utilities. Read more >

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