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August 20 -- Increasing domestic oil and gas production is no panacea for our nation's energy needs or economy. That will only intensify our fossil fuel addiction. It also won't free us from the tyranny of the global oil market. U.S. oil production may be up 44% since 2008, but so are prices. The costs of crude oil have risen 6% in that time. >>View Article

July 30 -- Billy Glover explains how petroleum-based aviation fuel could disappear. >>View Article

Tuesday, 30 July 2013 14:31

Making Case For Energy Efficiency

July 30 -- For the past three years, we have worked together to develop the Energy Savings and Industrial Competitiveness Act, legislation that will go a long way toward making the United States more energy efficient and more economically competitive. Our bill makes good environmental sense. It makes good energy sense. And it makes good economic sense, too. >>View Article

July 24 -- A dozen states are leading the way on solar energy policy — what can the other 38 learn from them to reap the benefits? >>View Article

May 24 -- Participants across the country in the Better Buildings Challenge reduced their energy intensity by 2.5% last year, achieving about $58 million in annual energy savings. >>View Article

March 21 -- This week, the National Academy of Sciences put out a massive — as in, 395-page — report on how the United States can cut gasoline use in half by 2030. And, beyond that, how to cut greenhouse-gas emissions from transportation 80 percent by mid-century. >>View Article

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