Track Energy Legislation in One Place: Fierce Energy Reports on PowerSuite

Posted by Industry News on Jun 27, 2014

Fierce Energy covered this week's release of AEE's PowerSuite, a robust set of tools that allows you to search, track, and collaborate on energy legislation and regulatory proceedings from across the country with one, easy-to-use interface.
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Utility Dive Interviews Woolf About EPA Rule and Economic Opportunity

Posted by Industry News on Jun 26, 2014

Utility Dive interviewed Malcolm Woolf, SVP of policy and government affairs at AEE, who described some of the ways advanced energy technologies can tap new economic value under EPA’s draft rule.
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AEE Unveils PowerSuite, a New Online Platform for Tracking Energy Legislation and Regulatory Proceedings in all 50 States

Posted by Industry News on Jun 25, 2014

Washington, DC, June 24, 2014 – Navigating state energy policy becomes easier today with the launch of PowerSuite, the only fully integrated set of online tools for tracking energy legislation and regulatory proceedings across all 50 states. PowerSuite’s easy-to-use interface allows users to search, track, and collaborate on the energy policies that matter to them.
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AEE Partner CET Selected as Part of DOE's National Incubator Initiative for Clean Energy

Posted by Industry News on Jun 24, 2014

Fierce Energy reports on the selection of CET to be a recipient of part of DOE's $3.2 million investment in a national advanced energy incubator program. According to the article, CET and the NextEnergy Center (based in Michigan) will receive more than $745,000 to establish the Midwest Innovation Bridge. 
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Statement on California Budget Signing from Advanced Energy Economy

Posted by Industry News on Jun 20, 2014

San Francisco, CA, June 20, 2014 – Below is a statement from Steve Chadima, AEE Senior Vice President of Communications and Director of California Initiatives, addressing today’s budget signing by Governor Brown.
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AEE State Coalition Expands to Include Partner Organizations in Pennsylvania and New York

Posted by Industry News on Jun 19, 2014

Nearly Half of U.S. States Represented in Efforts to Promote Advanced Energy Legislation and Regulation
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Mid-Atlantic Public Utility Commissioners Explore Transformative Technologies, Consider Challenges and Opportunities for Regulators

Posted by Industry News on Jun 9, 2014

Washington, DC, June 9, 2014 – Public utility commissioners from across the Mid-Atlantic states gathered today in Baltimore, MD, to explore ways that new technologies are fundamentally reshaping the electricity system and posing challenges to the way it is regulated.
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Fierce Energy reports on AEE survey on EPA's proposed rule

Posted by Industry News on Jun 9, 2014

Energy industry news aggregator Fierce Energy reports on AEE’s recent survey on the new Environmental Protection Agency proposed regulation for power plants. The poll shows that Americans overwhelmingly support the carbon pollution rule. 74 percent support cutting back old power plants through greater energy efficiency while 58 percent support using lower emission power sources even if it costs more money. Read more here.
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AEE cited in coverage of lobbying underway on new EPA rules for power plant

Posted by Industry News on Jun 4, 2014

As E&E News PM reports, lobbying is already underway for the proposed EPA regulations on cutting carbon emissions from power plants. The article mentions AEE’s Vice President of Communications Robert Keough’s thoughts on lobbying:
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The Hill cites AEE report in Coverage of EPA's Proposed Regulations for Power Plants

Posted by Industry News on Jun 3, 2014

As The Hill reports, the proposed Environmental Protection Agency carbon emissions rules have opened the door for a long overdue chat about how to produce reliable, affordable power. The article also mentions Advanced Energy Economy’s report on 40 technologies for greenhouse gas reduction:
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POLITICO CITES AEE IN COVERAGE OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY STANDARDS FOR POWER PLANTS

Posted by Industry News on Jun 2, 2014

Today, the Environmental Protection Agency officially released its proposed standards for cutting carbon emissions for power plants by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030. This Politico article provides an exposition on the new regulations and highlights what it means for the energy industry.
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EPA calls for power plants to cut down carbon emissions by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030

Posted by Industry News on Jun 2, 2014

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) with the backing of the Obama Administration has proposed new regulations to help power plants cut down carbon emissions. The goal is to cut down emissions by 30 percent from 2005 levels by 2030. The 30 percent figure is just an average, and individual states would have different requirements for how much they would have to slash their pollution levels. Read more here.
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Statement of Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) on EPA’s Proposed Standard on Carbon Emissions from the Electric Power Sector

Posted by Industry News on Jun 2, 2014

“Today’s proposal from EPA represents an opportunity to modernize the electric power system, making it higher performing and more consumer-focused while reducing emissions,” said Malcolm Woolf, senior vice president for policy and government affairs at Advanced Energy Economy (AEE), a national business association. “By allowing a range of ‘outside the fence line’ options for compliance, EPA is giving states leeway to make full use of the dozens of advanced energy technologies that make it possible to cut emissions while improving reliability, reducing costs, increasing competition, and creating new services for consumers. While we are still reviewing EPA’s detailed proposal, AEE and its member companies stand ready to help states find the best approach for their specific resources and circumstances.”
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