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Unlocking markets will unlock a cleaner future

May 15th, 2020|

Originally posted in The Hill: "Much like the American Climate Contract, Citizens For Responsible Energy Solutions released a market-based climate plan called Clean Energy Forward. Plans like the American Climate Contract and Clean Energy Forward capitalize on our strengths as a capitalist nation to [...]

Republicans Are Leading on Clean Energy

May 15th, 2020|

Originally posted to Newsweek: HEATHER REAMS, EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, CITIZENS FOR RESPONSIBLE ENERGY SOLUTIONS ON 5/15/20 AT 7:30 AM EDT More and more Republican voters believe in human-caused climate change. And Republican lawmakers are taking action. Conservative-led carbon-reduction solutions continue to be [...]

Green supporters see holes in Democrats’ recovery bill

May 13th, 2020|

Originally posted to Roll Call: "Heather Reams, executive director of Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions, a right-leaning clean energy group, said she was surprised that the Democrats would propose such massive spending without any attention to clean energy. “This is a [...]

Grid order’s unintended clean energy consequence

May 6th, 2020|

Originally published to Politico: "ME FIRST — GOP GROUP'S NEXT CLEAN ENERGY PUSH: Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions is launching a national $250,000 digital campaign today urging clean energy jobs be a centerpiece of the nation's recovery from the coronavirus pandemic. "Clean [...]

Democrats fight Green New Deal attacks on stimulus

March 24th, 2020|

As originally published in E&E News By: Timothy Cama & Nick Sobczyk March 24, 2020 Environmentalists and some of their Democratic allies in Congress see economic stimulus discussions stemming from the novel coronavirus as a major opportunity to push their green [...]

Climate science skeptics grasp for power in changing GOP

March 10th, 2020|

As originally published in E&E News. By: Nick Sobczyk March 10, 2020 Skeptics of mainstream climate science and hard-line conservatives think they still have a hold on the GOP, despite a recent rhetorical evolution among congressional Republicans. It's part of a [...]

Brouillette and climate: Is DOE changing course?

March 5th, 2020|

As originally published in E&E News By: Lesley Clark March 5, 2020 Energy Secretary Dan Brouillette is striking a different tone on climate change than his predecessor, Rick Perry, who before taking office declared it "a contrived, phony mess that is [...]

How S.C. became a national clean energy model

March 2nd, 2020|

As originally published in the Charleston Regional Business Journal March 2, 2020 By: Patrick Hoff After construction of two additional reactor units at the V.C. Summer Nuclear Station ended in 2017 with billions of dollars of debt, 5,000 people out of work [...]

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