2 years in, Perry makes first advisory board picks
Energy Secretary Rick Perry announced today the selection of eight members to his advisory board, a list that leans heavily on industry officials in the nuclear, oil and natural gas, and reliability sectors.
Lobbying group adds former aide to Rep. Tonko
A former Rep. Paul Tonko (D-N.Y.) staffer has joined a burgeoning lobbying group founded by a former Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee staff director, the group announced this week.
Legislation aims to expand cost-savings program
Two New England senators yesterday introduced legislation to establish a demand response pilot program for natural gas utility customers.
Castor letter offers clues on committee's direction
The newly minted head of the House Select Committee on the Climate Crisis is looking to bring some of the "Green New Deal" resolution's climate momentum to her home state of Florida.
Schumer on 'Green New Deal' vote: 'Bring it on'
Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) took to the floor this morning to challenge his Republican counterpart to admit the realities of climate change in the latest rhetorical shot in the chamber's "Green New Deal" fight.