Debate reignites over whether nuclear energy is an important tool or a costly mistake.
Innovative approaches to energy efficient buildings can inform how to make progress in other regulatory areas, even in tough times.
Presidential memo requires agencies to obtain 20% of energy from renewable sources by 2020.
ACUS draft report analyzes legal obstacles for using social media in rulemaking.
Changes should be made to better reflect underlying scientific models.
An upgraded online management system will better track buildings’ energy consumption.
Major rules, especially EPA’s, potentially create enormous net benefits.
Proposal would require Energy Department to review EPA regulations costing more than $1 billion.
The proposed budget identifies the administration’s regulatory priorities.
Unified Agenda of new regulations only tells part of the story.
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DOE seeks to invest in technologies to make solar energy more cost-effective.