Energy Policy News

The decisions taken by politicians on energy policy are important, so it is important to stay up-to-date with the latest energy policy news. You can do this through the free daily digest from Wiser. Energy policy is important because its impact can be felt in the economy, on jobs, in the environment, and in other aspects of people's day-to-day lives. It involves all aspects of energy use and consumption. This includes energy production, energy distribution, energy use, energy efficiency and renewable energy. Energy security is also crucial to every country in the world. In the United States energy policy is a factor in all levels of government. The regular debates and discussions on the topic cover issues like keeping the cost of energy low, finding viable sources of renewable energy, and encouraging everyone to seek ways of using less energy overall, primarily through using energy efficient technologies. Debates, discussions and announcements of energy policy take place every day, but there is an easy way for you to stay informed. Sign up for the Wiser daily energy policy news email to get the best articles from around the internet delivered straight to your inbox.

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Fixes: After Flint, Helping Doctors Recognize Chemical Exposure
The New York Times • Rachel Cernansky
Rick Scott - Florida Gov. Rick Scott says he's cut taxes 75 times, creating 1.3 million jobs. Did he?
Politifact • Allison Graves
Gladstone Capital's (GLAD) CEO David Gladstone on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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New Jersey Resources' (NJR) CEO Laurence Downes on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
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Global Warming Might Be Especially Dangerous for Pregnant Women
The Atlantic • Ellie Kincaid
Turnbull government uses modelling to pressure states on energy policy
The Guardian • Katharine Murphy Political Editor
UK Buy-to-Let market migrates towards energy efficiency finds new DBRS report
Renewable Energy Mag • Robin Whitlock
The Toxic Chemical Industry Is Having a Really Great Year
New Republic • Emily Atkin
Why America Will Probably Resolve The National Debt Long Before We Figure Out Climate Change
Forbes • Contributor Quora
Toyota Financial Services issues first Euro-denominated Green Bond allocated specifically to the sales of low-emission vehicles; €600M
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Energy Regulation, Environmental Health
Fixes: After Flint, Helping Doctors Recognize Chemical Exposure
The New York TimesRachel Cernansky
Before doctors in Flint, Mich., knew they were dealing with a crisis of lead poisoning, there were warning signs of a problem with the water supply. The doctors just didn’t know what to do with them — including Dr. Mona Hanna-Attisha, the...
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Politics & Policy, Renewable Energy Policy
Rick Scott - Florida Gov. Rick Scott says he's cut taxes 75 times, creating 1.3 million jobs. Did he?
PolitifactAllison Graves
For years, Republican Gov. Rick Scott has touted an ever-growing pile of tax cuts he has achieved for the state. In 2013, he claimed he cut taxes 24 times. In 2014, that number grew to 40. Now, as Scott rounds out his...
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Accounting, Energy Regulation
Gladstone Capital's (GLAD) CEO David Gladstone on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
Gladstone Capital Corporation (NASDAQ:GLAD) Q4 2017 Earnings Conference Call November 21, 2017 8:30 AM ET Executives David Gladstone – Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael LiCalsi – General Counsel and Secretary Bob Marcotte – President Nicole Schaltenbrand – Chief Financial Officer Analysts...
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Electric & Gas Utilities, Energy Efficiency
New Jersey Resources' (NJR) CEO Laurence Downes on Q4 2017 Results - Earnings Call Transcript
Seeking Alpha
New Jersey Resources Corporation (NYSE:NJR) Q4 2017 Earnings Conference Call November 21, 2017 10:00 AM ET Executives Dennis Puma - Investor Relations Laurence Downes - Chairman, President, and Chief Executive Officer Stephen Westhoven - Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Patrick...
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Energy Regulation, Healthy Living
Global Warming Might Be Especially Dangerous for Pregnant Women
The AtlanticEllie Kincaid
At 12:13 p.m. Pacific Standard Time on September 1, 2017, the San Francisco Bay Area National Weather Service office issued an urgent weather message: “Dangerously hot conditions to begin the Labor Day weekend.” The heat wave set a new record temperature of...
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Electricity Markets, Energy Finance
Turnbull government uses modelling to pressure states on energy policy
The GuardianKatharine Murphy Political Editor
The Turnbull government has deployed new modelling on the national energy guarantee in an effort to step up pressure on state governments to sign up to its policy at a meeting of energy ministers on Friday. A summary of the modelling, circulated...
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Energy Efficiency, Energy Regulation
UK Buy-to-Let market migrates towards energy efficiency finds new DBRS report
Renewable Energy MagRobin Whitlock
Credit ratings agency DBRS Ratings Ltd has published a commentary that finds the UK Buy-to-Let (BTL) market is ready to undergo a green revolution with new rental regulation. From April 2018, rental properties in England and Wales will be subject to Minimum...
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Barack Obama, Energy Regulation
The Toxic Chemical Industry Is Having a Really Great Year
New RepublicEmily Atkin
The scariest part about the 2014 chemical spill in West Virginia was that, in the beginning, no one really knew anything about the chemical that poisoned their drinking water. Ten thousand gallons of a licorice-scented chemical called MCHM had leaked from a...
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Energy Regulation, Federal Budget
Why America Will Probably Resolve The National Debt Long Before We Figure Out Climate Change
ForbesContributor Quora
Which problem will we be most likely to solve first, national debt or climate change? originally appeared on Quora - the place to gain and share knowledge, empowering people to learn from others and better understand the world. As there has been...
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Auto Industry, Energy Regulation
Toyota Financial Services issues first Euro-denominated Green Bond allocated specifically to the sales of low-emission vehicles; €600M
Green Car CongressMmillikin
« Integrated solar-driven system for electrochemical energy storage and water electrolysis for H2 production | Main | Vanderbilt battery management device reconfigures modules to extend EV pack range » Toyota Financial Services (TFS) issued its first euro-denominated unsecured Green Bond today, expanding...
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