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July 26 -- The White House’s nominee to head the Navy’s clean-energy push didn’t encounter much opposition at a Senate hearing Thursday, a signal that he is likely to be confirmed for the job. >>View Article

Tuesday, 30 April 2013 15:54

Congress Can Jolt Renewable Energy

April 30 -- The Master Limited Partnerships Parity Act, introduced last week by Sen. Christopher Coons and 15 bipartisan co-sponsors is a strong signal that Congress is serious about promoting America’s renewable energy future. The American Council On Renewable Energy applauds Sen. Coons’ leadership and calls on Congress to quickly pass Master Limited Partnership (MLP) legislation. By doing so, Congress can help level the playing field and promote greater private investment in our nation’s abundant and affordable renewable energy resources and fuels. >>View Article

April 30 -- Some $4.6 billion of clean energy investments were made in Latin America (excluding Brazil) in 2012, a whopping 127% increase from 2011, according to figures released in advance of the third annual Renewable Energy Finance Forum – Latin America & Caribbean (REFF-LAC), which is being held in Miami this week. >>View Article

February 26 -- Today, Partnership for a Secure America (PSA) launched their newest open letter, signed by 38 Republicans, Democrats, and Independents, on the national security threats of climate change at a bipartisan panel event on Capitol Hill. >>View Article

February 7 -- Secretary of the U.S. Department of Interior Ken Salazar joined industry, financial and government leaders today on Capitol Hill at the American Council On Renewable Energy's (ACORE) National Renewable Energy Policy Forum to recognize the progress for renewable energy and call for renewed bi-partisan support for expanding America's domestic energy sources.  >>View Article

Thursday, 15 November 2012 16:40

Poll: Renewable Energy Helped Swing US Election

November 15 -- A poll conducted by the American Council on Renewable Energy (ACORE) found that voters in the swing states of Ohio, Iowa, Colorado and Virginia – all of which helped determine the election outcome – considered renewable energy to be an election issue as important as foreign policy and more so than abortion. >>View Article 

November 14 -- New polls released by the American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) and the Advanced Energy Economy Ohio Institute show that voters in Colorado, Iowa, Ohio and Virginia - all states that were critical in deciding the outcome of the presidential election - support renewable energy. Notably, these states - especially Colorado and Iowa - are home to an established wind energy supply chain. >>View Article 

November 14 -- In four of the swing states President Obama swept, voters said energy was one of their top considerations in casting their ballot, according to a post-election poll released by the American Council on Renewable Energy and Advanced Energy Economy Ohio Institute. >>View Article 

November 12 -- The ideas behind dueling political sound bites like “drill, baby, drill” and “burn, baby, burn” do nothing to address America’s security issues related to dependence on foreign oil, according to a retired naval vice admiral and president of the American Council on Renewable Energy. >>View Article 

November 12 -- The American Council On Renewable Energy (ACORE) released the 2012 edition of its report, Renewable Energy in the 50 States, as an interactive, online resource. Compiling updated financial data, resource potentials, market and policy information in one easily-accessed, online format, the report is intended to be an executive summary for all who are interested in the highlights of the renewable energy sector in every state.  View Report

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