POV: Power Breakfast

Power Breakfast for Nov. 21, 2014

Country's solar potential estimated; Natural gas reliance worries New England grid; House enhances EPA reporting requirements


POV: Power Breakfast

A nearly daily round-up of news for your consideration:

  • Every state has the potential to generate more solar power than its residents currently use, The Washington Post reports on an Environment America study, which suggests 35 million homes and businesses could install solar panels on their roofs.
  • New England grid operators are warning that retiring nuclear, coal and oil-fueled power generation puts the region in a “vulnerable position” of depending on natural gas when pipelines can’t deliver all the gas required during cold weather, Reuters reports.
  • “The House on Thursday passed legislation to enhance the Environmental Protection Agency’s reporting requirements for the number of pre-construction permits it issues under the Clean Air Act,” The Hill writes. The White House threatened to veto the bill on grounds that it would weaken environmental protections.
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