Posts Tagged ‘ energy legislation ’

Energy Legislation Watch: Two Bills Making Progress

Sep 24th, 2019

With budget cuts and trade tariffs taking center stage lately, I couldn’t remember the last time I was able to report on energy legislation reaching the floor of the House or Senate. Looking back, it was early in 2017 when I gave my last federal legislation watch list. Today, I am finally able to report […]

2014 Bills to Watch

Apr 7th, 2014

Many sources allege that the 113th Congress (2013-2015) is on pace to be the least productive in history. According to www.govtrack.us, there are 7,829 bills and resolutions currently before the United States Congress and, of those, only about 5 percent will become law. Despite a lack of confidence in Congress’s ability to get things done, […]

Added Legislative Push Toward Energy Efficiency

Jul 1st, 2013

What began as a trickle has suddenly cascaded as of late into a legislative rush toward improved energy efficiency, leading many industry experts and others optimistic that a more effective national standard is soon on the way. President Barack Obama’s speech at Georgetown University last Tuesday was just the latest call for a concerted national […]