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CRES Statement on IRS’ Proposed Carbon Capture Rulemaking

May 29th, 2020|

“Citizens for Responsible Energy Solutions welcomes the IRS’s release of proposed rules that take a major step toward providing certainty for project developers and investors to move forward with carbon capture projects. In 2018, Congress reformed and expanded the credit under tax [...]

CRES Statement on GOP Letter to Secretary Mnuchin

May 22nd, 2020|

“One of the biggest threats to American businesses is policy uncertainty. Thanks to the leadership of Chairman Murkowski and Senators Collins and Tillis, the clean energy industry may get the answers it desperately needs to stay afloat and accelerate our economic [...]

CRES Statement on Renewable Energy Development on Federal Land

May 19th, 2020|

“The Department of Interior recent announcement regarding federal land rents for renewable projects underscores the need for Congress to pass, as swiftly as possible, the common-sense, bipartisan and bicameral Public Land Renewable Energy Development Act (S. 2666/H.R. 3794).  This legislation would [...]

CRES Statement on Latest Clean Energy Job Loss Numbers

May 13th, 2020|

Statement CRES Executive Director Heather Reams: “The latest numbers from Environmental Entrepreneurs on renewable industry job losses are devastating. The clean energy sector clearly needs stimulus support, and Congress should be prioritizing it in the next round of funding. Almost 600,000 [...]

Democrats fight Green New Deal attacks on stimulus

March 24th, 2020|

As originally published in E&E News By: Timothy Cama & Nick Sobczyk March 24, 2020 Environmentalists and some of their Democratic allies in Congress see economic stimulus discussions stemming from the novel coronavirus as a major opportunity to push their green [...]

Climate science skeptics grasp for power in changing GOP

March 10th, 2020|

As originally published in E&E News. By: Nick Sobczyk March 10, 2020 Skeptics of mainstream climate science and hard-line conservatives think they still have a hold on the GOP, despite a recent rhetorical evolution among congressional Republicans. It's part of a [...]

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