Why should Republicans support renewable energy?

Thu, Nov 17, 2016

We know Republicans advocate for principles like personal responsibility, smaller government, and free market capitalism. It seems like a natural link between these principles and the innovative nature of the renewable energy industry (wind, solar, etc.). So I wonder why more Republicans don’t embrace renewables with open arms? I’ve attended a number of energy conferences […]

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MissouriNet: Missouri Supreme Court considers state rule on renewable energy standards

Thu, Nov 17, 2016

The Missouri Supreme Court’s considering a case involving Renewable Energy Standards. Supreme Court of Missouri The Public Service Commission, known as the PSC, proposed a rule in 2010 which included “geographic sourcing” provisions.  Those provisions forbid utilities from purchasing renewable energy credits for power produced or consumed outside Missouri. A joint state legislative committee disapproved […]

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IBM X-Force Research: Security Trends in the Energy and Utilities Industry

Wed, Oct 19, 2016

Keeping the Lights On Even with a strong legacy of regulatory compliance and billions of dollars infrastructure investment, electric, gas, and water utilities are still subject to successful cyber attacks. The industry views that prospect with grave concern, as the consequences of such an attack on the companies supplying a city or a nation’s fuel, […]

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Troops to Energy Jobs: Connecting Veterans to Rewarding Careers

Wed, Oct 19, 2016

Troops to Energy Jobs, Veterans in Energy’s sister organization, is designed to help members of the military make a successful transition to a rewarding career in the energy industry. There is no better way to give back to our veterans than by providing opportunities for a successful transition to a rewarding career. The nation’s electric and gas industries believe that […]

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Missouri Times: Ameren files infrastructure update plan, pushes for new regulatory process

Wed, Oct 19, 2016

JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. – Ameren Missouri filed a $1 billion infrastructure plan with the Missouri Public Service Commission on Monday, planning to replace aging infrastructure. Ameren plans to update the existing infrastructure system, citing the age of current components. In the filing, the company said its four baseload coal generation plants average about 50 years […]

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