Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper said Wednesday he will continue to take legal action against cities and counties that insist on passing bans on the use of hydraulic fracturing (fracking).
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Bowing to pressure from customers, Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) decided Monday to give in to individual customers who insist that they cannot tolerate — for health or other reasons — smart meters, recommending to state regulators that a proposed opt-out provision be expanded to include use of analog meters.
Three researchers at Cornell University say a controversial study, conducted by their colleagues and stating that shale gas activities posed a more serious threat to global warming than coal, contains serious flaws and should be revisited.
While Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) awaited the go-ahead from the White House to move forward on a “package” of proposals to aid California energy markets last week, California Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hill registered their strong objections to Barton’s decision to exclude price controls on wholesale electricity transactions from consideration.
While Rep. Joe Barton (R-TX) awaits the go-ahead from the WhiteHouse to move forward on a “package” of proposals to aid Californiaenergy markets, California Democratic lawmakers on Capitol Hillhave registered their strong objections to Barton’s decision toexclude price controls on wholesale electricity transactions fromconsideration.