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The Hill
Rhode Island may pave way for Obama wind energy boomand an attempt to overturn the electricity deal, according to the Providence Jo
Rhode Island may pave way for Obama wind energy boom
The Hill / Posted 7 hours ago
and an attempt to overturn the electricity deal, according to the Providence Journal. While the fossil fuel-backed Institute for Energy Research doesn’t oppose wind, it says that the special consideration and incentives are... Read more
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Business Standard India
Trump pitches to African-Americans, says he wants an inclusive countrywill unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen before,
Trump pitches to African-Americans, says he wants an inclusive country
Business Standard India / Posted 3 days ago
will unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen before," he said. Trump said according to the Institute for Energy Research, lifting the restrictions on all sources of American energy will increase GDP by more than $100... Read more
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I want an inclusive country: Donald Trump tells African-Americans"We will unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen bef
I want an inclusive country: Donald Trump tells African-Americans
dna / Posted 3 days ago
"We will unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen before," he said. Trump said according to the Institute for Energy Research, lifting the restrictions on all sources of American energy will increase GDP by more than $100... Read more
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The Economic Times
I want an inclusive country: Donald Trump tells African-Americanswill unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen before,
I want an inclusive country: Donald Trump tells African-Americans
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
will unleash an energy revolution the likes of which we have never seen before," he said. Trump said according to the Institute for Energy Research, lifting the restrictions on all sources of American energy will increase GDP by more than USD... Read more
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The Hill
Why renewables alone cannot meet our energy needs(For context, 72 GWs is enough to power "every home in every state west of the
Why renewables alone cannot meet our energy needs
The Hill / Posted 5 days ago
(For context, 72 GWs is enough to power "every home in every state west of the Mississippi River, excluding Texas," as the Institute for Energy Research notes.) The North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) predicted in 2013 that... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
EPA strengthens greenhouse-gas efficiency goals for big rigsknow how to run a business better than America's business owners,” Thomas Pyle,
EPA strengthens greenhouse-gas efficiency goals for big rigs
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 7 days ago
know how to run a business better than America's business owners,” Thomas Pyle, president of the energy-industry funded Institute for Energy Research, said in a statement. “These sorts of heavy-duty trucks are owned and operated by companies... Read more
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The Hill
Transcript of Donald Trump’s economic policy speech to Detroit Economic Clubon the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast n
Transcript of Donald Trump’s economic policy speech to Detroit Economic Club
The Hill / Posted 15 days ago
on the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast new wealth to our country. According to the Institute for Energy Research, lifting the restrictions on all sources of American energy will: Increase GDP by more than... Read more
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Fortune
Read the Full Transcript of Donald Trump's Economics Speechon the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast n
Read the Full Transcript of Donald Trump's Economics Speech
Fortune / Posted 15 days ago
on the American worker, and unleash an energy revolution that will bring vast new wealth to our country. According to the Institute for Energy Research, lifting the restrictions on all sources of American energy will: The reforms I have outlined... Read more
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The Hill
Trump pledges ‘energy revolution’his climate policies and the Paris climate agreement reached last year. He cit
Trump pledges ‘energy revolution’
The Hill / Posted 15 days ago
his climate policies and the Paris climate agreement reached last year. He cited predictions from the fossil-fuel-backed Institute for Energy Research that enacting various conservative energy policies would grow the economy by more than $100... Read more
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Minot Daily News
Letters to the Editorproduced, wind generation was subsidized by the U.S. federal government 52 time
Letters to the Editor
Minot Daily News / Posted 24 days ago
produced, wind generation was subsidized by the U.S. federal government 52 times more than for conventional fossil fuels (Institute for Energy Research). Federal spending on solar energy is much higher - it received 345 times the cost to produce... Read more
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Newton Daily News
Wind is essential, but don’t forget solarproduction earlier this summer, producing power at less than 3 cents per Kilowa
Wind is essential, but don’t forget solar
Newton Daily News / Posted 30 days ago
production earlier this summer, producing power at less than 3 cents per Kilowatt hour. To put that in perspective, the Institute for Energy Research found that Iowan’s pay 7.29 cents per Kilowatt hour. Our achievements in renewable energy must... Read more
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Slate
Without Even Mentioning Climate Change, Trump Still Got Environmental Facts Wrong$20 trillion in job-creating economic activity over the next four decades.” Th
Without Even Mentioning Climate Change, Trump Still Got Environmental Facts Wrong
Slate / Posted 1 months ago
$20 trillion in job-creating economic activity over the next four decades.” The source for this $20 trillion figure is the Institute for Energy Research, an organization funded by the Koch brothers. As the New York Times has previously noted,... Read more

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