Energy Prices and Adjustment Tools Debated in Interim Senate and Business Finance Hearing in Texas

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In early February, the Senate Business and Finance Committee convened to discuss interim charges on energy tasked by Lt. Governor Dan Patrick.

Texas is an energy-only market — wherein energy producers are paid only after they provide power. 


Colorado College poll: Western voters find common ground on environment as priority

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Many Republicans in Western states believe in conservation, in part, because they are hunters and anglers, said Greg Brophy, Colorado director for The Western Way, a right-leaning conservation group. His assertion is backed up by the recent poll, which found 69% of voters across all eight states identify as conservationists.


Michigan’s renewable energy law levels off next year. What’s next?

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Expanded renewable energy law, long-term utility planning or targets set by the governor are all on the table.

Michigan’s renewable energy standard has helped spur utility investments in clean energy over the past decade, but that may end after next year when the state targets level off at 15% renewable generation.


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