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Comparing Trump vs. Notley policies on decline of coal

Comparing Trump vs. Notley policies on decline of coal

Propping up domestic coal demand is an expensive snooze button By┬áMeredith Fowlie The decline in U.S. coal-fired electricity generation is a good news/bad news story, depending on your perspective. The good news is that, as coal gets displaced by cleaner fuels, the climate changes more slowly, and we all breathe easier. But the pictures below […]

By December 11, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Notley says TransCanada ‘cautiously optimistic’ after Keystone XL decision

Notley says TransCanada ‘cautiously optimistic’ after Keystone XL decision

Nebraska Public Service Commission approved Keystone XL Alberta Premier Rachel Notley said TransCanada Corp is “cautiously optimistic” about prospects for construction of the Keystone XL pipeline after Nebraska state officials gave the project the green light earlier this week. The Nebraska Public Service Commission approved the $8 billion project, however, it granted permission to build […]

By November 22, 2017 0 Comments Read More →
Notley energy report card: Progressive Conservatives give D grade

Notley energy report card: Progressive Conservatives give D grade

Under a United Conservative Party banner, “the carbon tax will be done” – Rick Fraser School’s out and the Alberta NDP government of Rachel Notley is just past its midway point. It’s time for opposition parties to hand out their mid-term report cards on how the NDP have done so far on energy policy. This […]