U.S. CHAMBER OF COMMERCE

Energy Blog

Energy Blog

Blog

Have you heard the good news about the excellent state of U.S. air quality? Chances are, you haven’t. In fact, chances are more likely that you’ve heard something of the opposite—glum stories of smoggy skies and unhealthy air constantly under threat from industrial pollution and SUVs.

Blog

An important debate is taking place in Arizona over the future of one of the country’s largest coal plants, the Navajo Generating Station (NGS). In February, a group of the plant’s owners voted to slate the 2.2 gigawatt facility for closure in 2019, citing competition from low-cost natural gas.

Blog

My three year old son is nothing if not confident. Wanting to hold serve with his older brother, he backs down from nothing. No matter the task at hand, “I can do it!” is his starting proposition. Successfully put a straw in his juice box? Count to 30? Put on his socks? “I CAN DO IT,” he promises, without a doubt in his mind.

Blog

By:  Heath Knakmuhs

April 5, 2017

Blog

Stephen D. Eule

 April 4, 2017

The Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) recently published a critique of a recent report prepared by NERA Economic Consulting that the Energy Institute cosponsored along with American Council for Capital Formation. The report, Impacts of Greenhouse Gas Regulations on the Industrial Sector, explores several potential scenarios under which the United States could meet the Obama Administration’s international emissions pledge as part of the 2015 Paris Agreement on climate change.