Energy Secretary Rick Perry has agreed to give the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission 30 more days to make a decision on a controversial proposal to shore up coal and nuclear power plants in the name of grid resilience, extending a...Show More Summary
The new chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission has asked Energy Secretary Rick Perry for 30 more days to consider a controversial DOE proposal to give coal and nuclear power plants cost recovery status. The request from...Show More Summary
The future of carbon capture and storage in the U.S. may be bleak due to the tax reform bill poised to pass Congress. But while coal company executives are fuming over a tax reform plan that would eliminate carbon capture incentives, the U.S. energy secretary is moving forward on the technology with Saudi Arabia.
How Trump Did the Impossible: Getting Solar and Oil Lobbyists to Unite Ari Natter and Jennifer A Dlouhy, December 5, 2017 (Bloomberg News) “…Within hours of Energy Secretary Rick Perry releasing a proposal to overhaul the country’s power...Show More Summary
Seth checks in on Rick Perry, the man President Trump chose to lead the Department of Energy, an agency that Perry once wanted to abolish.
"Guys, I think Secretary Perry might drop an album."
By Joshua D. Rhodes, University of Texas at Austin Editor’s note: On or before Dec. 11, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission is expected to take action on a controversial proposal by Energy Secretary Rick Perry that seeks to prevent noncompetitive coal and nuclear power plants from retiring prematurely. Show More Summary
Michael Wara posted previously about Rick Perry’s proposal to subsidize coal and nuclear. In its current incarnation, the proposal is aimed purely at ISOs and RTOs that operate capacity markets, which largely means a single entity, PJM. Why the focus on PJM? Oh, I guess I had better explain. OK, to start with, what did […]
By Joshua M. Pearce, Michigan Technological University Within the next month, energy watchers expect the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to act on an order from Energy Secretary Rick Perry that would create new pricing rules for certain power plants that can store fuel on site to support grid resilience. Show More Summary
Kathleen Hartnett White is the latest nominee to struggle with science. Plus: Rick Perry's strange solution to sex crime, a gossipy gadget, and more
Within the next month, energy watchers expect the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to act on an order from Energy Secretary Rick Perry that would create new pricing rules for certain power plants that can store fuel on site to support grid resilience. Show More Summary
Perry has got liberals’ panties in a bunch. The post Lefties Have Their Knives Out for Rick Perry’s Power Plan appeared first on RedState.
The only problem: They can't.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry’s effort to change federal energy regulations to favor coal and nuclear power plants in the name of grid resilience has received a barrage of criticism for misstating the facts, ignoring the evidence, andShow More Summary
Energy Secretary Rick Perry has proposed new protections for coal and nuclear power plants, but taxpayers and ratepayers will foot the bill.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry recently ordered the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to fast-track a rule that purports to make the energy grid more resilient but which in reality will force utility customers to buy more expensive electricity...Show More Summary
Close on the heels of Rick Perry asserting fossil fuels prevent sexual assault, Trump attempts a new feat.
Energy Secretary Rick Perry's new power plan aims to protect US coal, but aging coal power plants are being replaced with wind power and other renewables
On Tuesday, former FERC Chairman Norman Bay reflected on the question he said "everyone in FERC world is trying to answer.” That is: What exactly does the Department of Energy’s notice of proposed rulemaking to support coal and nuclear...Show More Summary
US Energy Secretary Rick Perry has been in the news — again — for making laughable comments about fossil fuels and climate change — and sexual violence, to boot. Yes, perhaps he really is just that dumb. However, while everyone is pointing...Show More Summary