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Energy Security Trust Faces Big Sticking Point

March 20 -- President Barack Obama will face an uphill climb in Congress with his bipartisan proposal to steer offshore drilling revenue into research on green energy and natural gas, key observers signaled Tuesday. A major sticking point: the administration’s unwillingness to expand drilling to areas like the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, which would provide substantial revenue for the Energy Security Trust.  >>View Article

Electric Vehicles Here To Stay

March 19 -- The electric vehicle is a smart choice that allows Atlanta to reduce its dependence on fossil fuels. More than 1,700 plug-in electric vehicles (PEVs) are registered in Georgia, with roughly 90 percent here in the metro area. >>View Article

Hydropower A Great Energy Source

March 18 -- It’s hard to beat hydropower, at least when a dam is already in place. Few dams are built anymore in the United States, but existing ones turn out generally moderately priced electricity for customers lucky enough to be able to use it. >>View Article

President Obama’s Blueprint for a Clean and Secure Energy Future

March 15 -- The United States is on the path to a cleaner and more secure energy future. Since President Obama took office, responsible oil and gas production has increased each year, while oil imports have fallen to a 20 year low; renewable electricity generation from wind, solar, and geothermal sources has doubled. >> View More

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