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Gov. Roy Cooper pushes wind energy panacea via executive order, but Chairman of the N.C. Energy Policy Council Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson deems the move an overstep of authority that does not ‘follow the science'
Gov. Roy Cooper pushes wind energy panacea via executive order, but Chairman of the N.C. Energy Policy Council Lt. Gov. Mark Robinson deems the move an overstep of authority that does not ‘follow the science'
 
Tristan Justice writes for the Federalist about one potential outcome of the recent Colonial Pipeline fiasco and a New Mexico oil problem.
Tristan Justice writes for the Federalist about one potential outcome of the recent Colonial Pipeline fiasco and a New Mexico oil problem.
 
Because of President Trump's energy policies the U.S. has achieved virtual energy independence – no more beholden to the Middle East
Because of President Trump's energy policies the U.S. has achieved virtual energy independence – no more beholden to the Middle East
 
Who are the top "stakeholders" when it comes to getting electricity in North Carolina?
Who are the top "stakeholders" when it comes to getting electricity in North Carolina?
 
Recently enacted North Carolina renewable energy regulations to control costs and help green energy flourish will be a model other states embrace. Or don't
Recently enacted North Carolina renewable energy regulations to control costs and help green energy flourish will be a model other states embrace. Or don't
 
Two prominent state lawmakers pushing to make North Carolina's energy policy more friendly to consumers say they will press vigorously for freezing or reducing state mandates to use more renewable energy when the General Assembly returns for the 2016 short session.
Two prominent state lawmakers pushing to make North Carolina's energy policy more friendly to consumers say they will press vigorously for freezing or reducing state mandates to use more renewable energy when the General Assembly returns for the 2016 short session.
 
WRAL's Laura Leslie wrote about an Energy Forum held at the Legislature yesterday organized by opponents of renewable energy programs. (Translation from WRAL speak: opponents to taxpayer-funded renewable energy programs.) The central theme of Leslie's article seems to be the famous "Koch Brothers."
WRAL's Laura Leslie wrote about an Energy Forum held at the Legislature yesterday organized by opponents of renewable energy programs. (Translation from WRAL speak: opponents to taxpayer-funded renewable energy programs.) The central theme of Leslie's article seems to be the famous "Koch Brothers."
 
Imagine that you are the CEO of a company, and there are several different materials or technologies that you can use to produce your product. For example, it is not unusual that a product can be made using steel, aluminum, or plastic. Within those categories, it can be made using different...
Imagine that you are the CEO of a company, and there are several different materials or technologies that you can use to produce your product. For example, it is not unusual that a product can be made using steel, aluminum, or plastic. Within those categories, it can be made using different...
 
New research from the Institute for Energy Research shows more than ever before how the Obama administration's approach to energy policy is fulfilling the president's 2008 vision of "necessarily skyrocket[ing]" electricity rates.
New research from the Institute for Energy Research shows more than ever before how the Obama administration's approach to energy policy is fulfilling the president's 2008 vision of "necessarily skyrocket[ing]" electricity rates.
 
North Carolina's plans for offshore energy exploration are likely to face delays linked to an "oil price war" led by Saudi Arabia. That's the assessment of a New Mexico-based energy expert who once consulted for one of the major oil companies.
North Carolina's plans for offshore energy exploration are likely to face delays linked to an "oil price war" led by Saudi Arabia. That's the assessment of a New Mexico-based energy expert who once consulted for one of the major oil companies.
 
Raleigh, NC - The Office of Governor Pat McCrory announced the following appointments today:
 
As Chair of the newly reconstituted Energy Policy Council, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest announces the 2014 meeting schedule.
As Chair of the newly reconstituted Energy Policy Council, Lieutenant Governor Dan Forest announces the 2014 meeting schedule.
 
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