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Tag: energy infrastructure


Domestic, Energy Consumption

Will NIMBYs sink new clean energy projects? The evidence says no – if developers listen to local concerns

August 13, 2021

Via: Renewable Energy World

As Congress debates billions of dollars in new infrastructure investments, advocates are touting the social and economic benefits of building new high-voltage transmission lines, clean energy plants and electric vehicle charging stations, along with fixing aging roads and bridges. But […]


News and Policies, U.S.

Modernizing America’s Energy Infrastructure Must Become A National Priority

July 12, 2019

Via: Forbes

The reality that US energy infrastructure is largely past retirement age is often lost in the ongoing clean energy debate. The American Society of Civil Engineers gave energy infrastructure a D+ in its 2017 report card, saying the majority of […]


Energy Economics

Trump issues energy infrastructure orders affecting natural gas lines

April 11, 2019

Via: Power Engineering

President Trump signed a pair of executive orders intended to streamline energy infrastructure, according to the White House. The orders have to do mostly with liquified natural gas extraction projects and cross-border infrastructure permits. “Inefficient energy infrastructure forces Americans to […]


Energy Economics

How President Trump and Congress Can Make Energy Infrastructure Great Again

April 18, 2018

Via: Energy Collective

President Trump has been vocal on the need to improve America’s infrastructure. Given his background as a businessman and high profile for building things, upgrading the nation’s infrastructure has been a natural fit. Much of the public dialogue and the […]


Domestic, Energy Consumption

Broadening the Acceptance of Energy Efficiency

June 14, 2016

Via: Energy Manager Today

The good news is that energy executives increasingly are welcomed to the boardroom table. The bad news is that all of them are not accepting the invitation. The acceptance of energy as a core corporate value is being pushed by the increasing […]