Congress needs to uphold the president's designation for a nuclear waste disposal site.
Environmental Protection Agency
In the interest of security, economics, and common sense, it is important that Congress votes to uphold Yucca Mountain as the nation's central nuclear waste disposal facility.
EPA director steps down, and tells you why.
I resign today from the Environmental Protection Agency after 12 years of service. I cannot leave without sharing my frustration about the fate of our enforcement actions against power companies that have violated the Clean Air Act.
An independent system operator's view on the energy crisis and the realities of maintaining reliability.
Declaring Emergencies in California: The Realities of ISO Operation
Compiled June 21, 2001 by Bruce W. Radford, editor-in-chief, from contributions as noted from Carl J. Levesque, associate editor, and Phillip S. Cross and Lori A. Burkhart, contributing legal editors.
A gas industry leader says Bush got it right, yet admits the worth of carbon abatement.
The lawyers debated over ozone and soot, but the markets saw NO<sub>x</sub> as the "smoking gun."
Last year saw no shift in fundamentals. Then why was the ISO so willing to be deceived?
How gas supply and price disruptions now outweigh Big earnings potential plus an energy-related focus are prerequisites when AEP and Cinergy sort through investment projects.
PUC Oversight: Panacea or New Problem?