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by dkoplow on Mar 22, 2013
Politicians don't like to admit that they have caved, and so try all sorts of wiggles to make it look otherwise. But let's be clear: even if you call it "Contracts for Difference" inste...
by dkoplow on Feb 7, 2013
1) Poker, North Dakota style. Using a logic that only an industry trade association could understand, the US state of North Dakota has announced plans to close $50m/yea...
$8.33 billion loan guarantee to Vogtle nuclear units 3 &4: insights from documents forced out by litigation
by dkoplow on Feb 5, 2013
Three years of freedom of information act (FOIA) requests by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE), along with a fair bit of litigation when FOIA docs came back mostly black with redactions...
by dkoplow on Jan 16, 2013
I'm taking a quick break from the world of never-ending subsidies with this post. Just over a week ago, Elizabeth Warren was inaugurated as the first female Senator from Massachusetts....
by dkoplow on Dec 12, 2012
Earth Track is pleased to release A Review of Fossil Fuel Subsidies in Colorado, Kentucky, Louisiana, Ok...
by dkoplow on Nov 15, 2012
Congressman Ed Markey (D-MA), the ranking Democratic member on the House Committee on Natural Resources, along with Rush Holt (D-NJ), yesterday made a http://democrats.naturalresources.hou...
by dkoplow on Nov 8, 2012
Master Limited Partnerships (MLPs) are a special corporate form, used primarily by natural resource industries. They enable firms to both raise capital on public equity markets and to pay zer...