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Democrats, GOP Have Little Faith Governments Will Combat Climate Change

Poll shows respondents diverge over whether climate change will impact business growth

Pruitt Resigns but His Deputy Expected to Maintain Deregulatory Agenda at EPA

Wheeler, a former coal lobbyist, takes over as acting administrator on Monday

Public Supports Solar Mandates in States

Majority of adults in poll also say they would consider installing solar panels on their house

Small U.S. Oil Producers Face Own ‘Growing Pains’ Outside of OPEC’s Output Decision

Independent crude companies are especially challenged by a lack of pipeline infrastructure

Micro-Reactors Get Potential Boost in Defense Authorization Bill Provision

FY ‘19 bill directs DOE to outline pilot program to build a micro-reactor on Defense or Energy Department site

As Hurricane Season Begins, States and Industries Take Stock of Last Year’s Lessons

Harvey, Irma and Maria highlighted need for fuel procurement, adequate supplies for storm crews

In Renewed Push, Federal Power Regulators May Act on PURPA

Revised policies to 1978 law could impact small renewable generating facilities

Hoeven, Heinrich Express Shared Interest in Upgrading Electric Infrastructure

But at event, the two Senate Energy and Natural Resources members diverge on support for ‘baseload’ power

Climate Lawsuits Expected to Forge Ahead Despite NY Attorney General’s Resignation

Environmental groups, analyst say successor likely to continue Schneiderman’s work as planned

Fewer GOP Voters Worried About Climate Change Since Irma and Harvey

But more Republicans say they back Paris climate accord