Energy Policy

energy-policy

The Energy Policy Act (EPA) -- that went into effect in 2005 -- addresses energy production in the United States, including: energy efficiency; renewable energy; oil and gas; coal; Tribal energy; nuclear matters and security; vehicles and motor fuels, including ethanol; hydrogen; electricity; energy tax incentives; (hydropower and geothermal energy; and climate change technology.  (Source: EPA / Photo: Shutterstock)

Presidential debates and the environment

How to spark a 'renewables revolution'

Obama, Romney answer science questions

Paul Ryan's environmental record

A smear campaign to protect coal

What have we learned about cheap energy?

Photo: Gasoline worries spark panic buying across the pond

The stats that mattered this wild, woolly March

Photos: Solar stop on Obama's energy tour

GOP wins battle of the bulb

House GOP subpoenas White House on Solyndra

Europe clashes with Canada over oil sands

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