Utility Dive again quotes AEE's Arvin Ganesan in a story on the possibilities for a major energy bill to get through Congress. From the article:
Arvin Ganesan, vice president of federal policy for Advanced Energy Economy, a clean energy trade group, has said he doesn't think a large energy bill will pass but if lawmakers can pare it down to something uncontroversial there is a chance.
"It's unlikely the energy bill as we know it moves in the lame duck session," he told Utility Dive. There are chances for a "smaller, less controversial bill," but Ganesan said "structurally, odds are against movement. Both Democrats and Republicans would argue that isn't the bill they would have written."
Read the full article here.