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BPC Releases Policy Recommendations to Build on U.S. Energy Abundance and Efficiency Gains

February 27 -- The Bipartisan Policy Center (BPC) today unveiled over 50 energy policy recommendations developed by its Strategic Energy Policy Initiative, which is co-chaired by former Sen. Byron L. Dorgan (D-N.D.), former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss.), General James L. Jones USMC (Ret.) and former U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Administrator William K. Reilly. >>View Press Release

Partnership Aims To Make Northern Colorado Leader In Electric Vehicles

February 26 -- The Electrification Coalition is partnering with the cities of Fort Collins and Loveland as well as Colorado State University to promote electric-vehicle education and ownership. On Monday at the Fort Collins Museum of Discovery, the partners launched "Drive Electric Northern Colorado," a first-of-its-kind initiative aimed at achieving widespread adoption of plug-in electric vehicles, or PEVs, by businesses and consumers. >>View Article

Sunpower Providing Solar Energy For New SF 49ers Stadium

February 26 -- Even though the 2013 National Football League season is about six months away, one team is driving the ball down the field in helping to boost the changing image of spectator sports as a champion in environmental sustainability. Sunpower is helping recent Super Bowl Finalists, the San Francisco 49ers, by providing a solar panel system for their new stadium. >>View Article

Power Surge: The United States Needs A Sweeping Energy Policy

February 25 -- The Obama administration and Congress need to enact an ambitious, practical energy policy. They can start with a national standard for renewable energy. Many states have laws that require utilities to invest more in wind, solar and biomass energy and other forms of renewable power. The laws are getting results, but their competing rules and incentives create a tug of war among states for investors. A federal standard would help level the playing field among states, give investors greater market certainty and create jobs. >>View Article

State Unveils Plan To Make Renewable Energy Available To All

February 22 -- The biggest challenge for many Hawai'i residents who want to install solar water heaters or rooftop systems is the up front cost—which is why state lawmakers and industry experts are working on a way for more people to benefit from clean energy and it's savings by getting it with no money down. >>View Article

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