RealClearEnergy PM Update

Thursday, March 5
We Need Food, Not Ethanol - Rebecca Harrington, ScienceLine
Solutions to Flaring's Waste and Danger - Glenn Meyers, CleanTechnica
Can't We Just Throw Nuclear Waste in a Deep Hole? - J. Conca, Forbes
In Michigan, Conservatives Back Clean Energy - Andy Balaskovitz, MEN
Reform the Clean Air Act - Oren Cass, National Review
An Alternative to 'Vacuous Climate Denialism'? - Tom Zeller, Jr., Forbes
Illinois Debates the Future of Nuclear Power - Angie Sharp, WQAD
States Can Help Stop the EPA War on Coal - N. Pfotenhauer, Daily Caller
Is There a Reason Toyota Has Chosen Hydrogen? - Rhett Allain, Wired
Inside CA's Plans to Jump Start Community Solar - Herman Trabish, UD
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Wednesday, March 4
World Power: Hard, Soft and Energy-Supported - Michael Klare, FA
Why Oil Companies Leaving Yemen - Said/Almasmari, WSJ
E Garbage Trucks - Now That's Saving Energy! - Kelly-Detwiller, Forbes
Dark Energy Camera Takes Amazing Comet Photo - Extreme Tech
This Study Could Change Nuclear Fuel - David Goddard, Phys.org
'Deniers' and Nuke Fans in...the Daily Kos?? - Steven Hayward, PowerLine
The Renewable Energy Juggernaut Gains Speed - Tim Buckley, IEEFA
Japan's Solar Growth Falters as Utilities Balk - Jonathan Soble, NYT
The Myth of China's Overseas Energy Investment - Zhao Hongtu, EAF
Solar Panels Now a Middle-Class Commodity - Jorge Madrid, EDF
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Tuesday, March 3
U.S. Is Running Out of Room to Store Oil; Price Collapse Next? - AP
Next Curveball for Oil: An Iran Nuclear Deal - Dhara Ranasinghe, CNBC
Is Renewable Energy Part of the 'All of the Above' Strategy? - The Hill
What's More Dangerous Than Iran Enriching Uranium? America Enriching None - Michael Krancer, Forbes
1st US Offshore Wind Farm in Gets $290M in Financing - Computerworld
Can Oregon Go Coal Free By 2025? - Silvio Marcacci, The Energy Collective
Monday, March 2
America's Refineries Make Keystone XL a Bad Idea - James Conca, Forbes
KXL, Yucca and Obama -- Who's Calling The Shots? - Nuclear Townhall
Sen. Jim Inhofe Embarrasses the GOP and the U.S. - Editorial, Wash Post
The Era of Petro-Exuberance - Philip Verleger, Energy Intelligence
Battle Over Solar Panels Warms Up - Zack Colman, Washington Examiner
Solar Energy's Unexpected Conservative Backers - Reem Nasr, CNBC
EPA: Methane Emissions from NatGas Down 37% from 2007 - The EC
Empty Shelves and Coup Plots in Venezuela - Peter Wilson, Foreign Policy
Wireless Power Tech Moves Into Mainstream - William Pentland, Forbes
This Energy Stock Is Nearing Breakout Despite Oil Slump - Bloomberg
Friday, February 27
Andrew Cuoumo's Frackless East Berlin - Wall Street Journal
Imports Not Always an Economic Disadvantage - Roman Kilisek, BE
The Carbon Pricing Challenge - David Lawrence, Energy Perspectives
What Keystone Means to Millenials - Jacob Peters, Huffington Post
How Did Palm Oil Become Such a Problem? - Michael Kodas, Global Voices
Cramer: Worst to Come for Oil Patch? - Abigail Stevenson, CNBC
What Is Best Bridge to a Renewable Future? - Ashley Hupel, City & State
Young Conservatives Embrace Energy Reform - Michele Combs, BE
It's Time to Get Educated About Energy - for. Int. Sec. Ken Salazar, The Hill
SunEdison Aims at 20M customers by 2020 - Today's Energy Solutions
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Thursday, February 26
Will the Gigafactory Be Musk's Waterloo? - Jay Stein, The EC
The Importance of a Thorium Reactor to China - C. Hurst, Jrnl of ES
Climate Chief Resignation? About Time! - James Delingpole, Breitbart
After 15 Years, Cape Wind Called 'Promising' - Gintautas Dumcius, WWLP
We're All Part of the Carbon Fuel Problem - P. Woodworth, Irish Times
Post-KXL, Hope Lies in the Atlantic Coast Pipeline - Greensboro NR
Google Is Paying Millions To Help You Choose Solar - V. Luckerson, Time
We Need to Talk About Solar Power and Equity - Jorge Madrid, EDF
The Dangerous Route to Energy Security - L. Bergamaschi, EurActiv
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Wednesday, February 25
The Keystone Saga Is Not Over - Tom Zeller, Jr, Forbes
The President's KXL Veto Is an Act of Isolation - Wall Street Journal
KXL: The Veto is Fueling Anger (But Should It?) - The Economist
What We Can Learn from BC's Carbon Tax - David Roberts, Grist
Will Europe Go for an Energy Union? - Editors, EurActiv
What Good Are Wind Subsidies? - Lofthouse/Simmons, The Hill
Why Wind Subsidies Are More Than Hot Air - Loren Steffy, Forbes
Texas Energy: It's NOT All About Oil. - Jim Marston, EDF
Indian Nuclear Waste is a Misnomer - S. Annamalai, The Hindu
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Tuesday, February 24
Will America's Shale Boomtowns Bust? - Jennifer Reingold, Fortune
The Pipe Bursts: President Obama Vetoes Keystone XL - Bloomberg
Solar Now Employs More Americans Than Coal - Jordan Weissmann, Slate
Keystone Rhetoric Roils As Oil Trains Roll - Loren Steffy, Forbes
No, the Sun Isn't Driving Global Warming - Chris Mooney, Washington Post
The Oil Fairytale in Norway Is Coming to an End - Mark Lewis, AP
Battleground Bulgaria in U.S.-Russia Energy War - Mark Snowiss, VoA
Tesla & The EV Battery Tipping Point: Are We there yet? - GreenBiz
Obama's Climate Change Wonk - Erica Martinson, Politico
Today's Takeaway: RealClearEnergy's Daily Bulletin
Monday, February 23
OPEC Is Taking Away the Punch Bowl - Matt DiLallo, Motley Fool
Chinese Demand Fuels Renewables Turnaround - Financial Times
The Fracking Bust Is Deepening - Wolf Richter, Business Insider
Vetoing Keystone Is Just the Beginning - Rhea Suh, MSNBC
Cheap Natural Gas Might Doom New Fermi Nuke Plant - Detroit FP
What Do Apple, Citi and Shell Have in Common? - Manish Bapna, Forbes
Some NY Towns Want PA to Fracking Adopt Them - Jeff Guo, Wash Post
Preparing for Paris: Fifty Shades of Grey? - David Hone, Energy Collective

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