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Energy Update: January 20, 2023

In the States

 

AK: Governor Mike Dunleavy outlined planned legislation to regulate carbon markets in Alaska. The Carbon Management Bill Package will create statutory and regulatory structures on carbon offsets, which are purchased by companies to meet statutory or voluntary carbon reduction …

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Energy Update: January 6, 2023

In the States

MEGovernor Janet Mills’ emergency energy relief plan was unanimously approved by a Maine legislative committee, passing in a 13-0 vote after a marathon hearing lasting seven hours. Governor Mills responded by saying “"This measure – while not perfect t…

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Energy Update: December 9, 2022

In the States

 

MA: Governor-elect Maura Healey is committed to an equitable transition away from fossil fuels, a top transition official said. Gina McCarthy, the former EPA Administrator and White House national climate advisor, is the co-chair of Healey’s “Climate Readiness, Resiliency and …

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Energy Update: November 18, 2022

In the States

 

IN: Governor Eric Holcomb concluded an economic development trip to Egypt on November 14th, including a stop at the United Nations Climate Conference of the Parties (COP27) in Sharm El Sheikh. Governor Holcomb is the first Indiana governor to participate in a UN COP event, and…

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Energy Update: October 7, 2022

In the States

AK: Governor Mike Dunleavy announced the creation of the Office of Energy Innovation, to address the state’s changing energy needs. The office will work to support the centralization of the state’s efforts to improve the reliability of Alaska’s energy. It will utili…

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Energy Update: September 16, 2022

In the States

KS: Governor Laura Kelly promoted the State of Kansas as a leader in wind energy after a recent reportfromtheU.S.DepartmentofEnergylistedKansasas oneofthetopproducers.Since2021, Kansas has added more than 1,000 milliwatts of land-based capacity and is one of three state…

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