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Cybersecurity
The year-end tax and omnibus spending bill signed into law by President Barack Obama on Dec. 18 includes a cybersecurity measure that provides a framework for timely and actionable information sharing on a voluntary basis between the federal government and private entities including public power utilities.
Solar
The Vermont Attorney General's Office and the Vermont Department of Public Service recently provided official guidance to solar companies doing business in Vermont to avoid making deceptive claims for certain solar projects.
Power Sources
Bonds and Financing
Solar
An energy storage and microgrid combination pilot in Eugene, Oregon, is designed to test how the technologies can improve resiliency and response in emergencies. The project is receiving $295,000 in state and federal funding.
Power Sources
Bonds and Financing
Solar
An energy storage and microgrid combination pilot in Eugene, Oregon, is designed to test how the technologies can improve resiliency and response in emergencies. The project is receiving $295,000 in state and federal funding.
Power Sources
Bonds and Financing
Solar
An energy storage and microgrid combination pilot in Eugene, Oregon, is designed to test how the technologies can improve resiliency and response in emergencies. The project is receiving $295,000 in state and federal funding.
Environment
The Senate on Dec. 17 approved legislation supported by the American Public Power Association that reforms the 40-year old Toxic Substances Control Act law.
Environment
Community
The U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit issued an order Dec. 15 remanding the Environmental Protection Agency's Mercury and Air Toxic Standards proceedings back to the agency.
Power Sources
Bonds and Financing
Solar
Congress appears poised to approve a big spending and tax bill that would, among many other things, extend the investment tax credit, or ITC, for solar and wind projects.