On September 6th, the Coalition of Energy Users will be hosting an energy forum in Reno, Nevada. There will be a sign up page here once we have more information!
Join us for a conversation on California’s energy future, growing our economy and reducing the price of gas! California currently imports more than half of the oil refined here from other countries, gas prices are among the highest in the country, and families and small businesses are burdened with utility bills that are 30-45% higher […]
Gov. Jerry Brown, stymied in the Legislature, will attempt to extend the state’s crackdown on carbon emissions into the next decade by decree. Late Friday, Brown’s Air Resources Board dispatched a memo declaring that it would unveil a draft of new regulations next Tuesday, extending its troubled cap-and-trade program and other elements of the campaign beyond 2020. […]CONTINUE READING →
The state agency in charge of combating climate change signed off on a $500 million plan Thursday morning to get 100,000 clean cars on the road, limit pollution from heavy-duty trucks and replace outdated school buses. There’s just one problem. Click here to read the article on The LA Times.CONTINUE READING →
A federal judge on Tuesday night struck down an Obama administration regulation on the use of hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, for oil and gas on public lands, a blow to President Obama’s muscular stand on the extraction of fossil fuels on government lands. The rule, released by the Interior Department in March of last year and scheduled to take effect this […]CONTINUE READING →