On Thursday of last week, PACE Executive Director Lance Brown was one of four guests on the national web radio show, America’s Voice for Energy. The broadcast was dedicated to solar power and the public policy that affects it, a topic to which PACE has dedicated significant attention in past years. An archive of last Thursday’s broadcast is available at the link below. Brown is the first guest.
Listen to the Broadcast Here
America’s Voice for Energy is hosted by energy commentator Marita Noon, who speaks nationally on energy topics and who in the past has contributed blog content
In recent months, PACE has continued to detail national developments in the War on Coal, from federal regulations that shut down coal-fired generation to activism that seeks to stop coal mining and transportation. These efforts have drawn strong reactions from those who work in the coal industry, with at least one organization fighting back. In the video below, Daryl Dewberry, International Vice-President of United Mine Workers District 20, shares his concerns with policy makers about what is happening in Alabama. The video is part of a new campaign from Coal Jobs Count.
Last September, PACE reported on new regulations
Ohio’s U.S. Senator Sherrod Brown outlined his views on Ohio’s energy future in a video played during a “Powering our Future” forum conducted by Consumer Energy Alliance – Midwest’s in Columbus, OH on November 18, 2013.
At a coal rally today in Washington, DC, Senator Jeff Sessions took EPA to task for its regulations that threaten America’s coal industry.
In recent days, PACE has pointed out how the president’s recent announcement on climate action and energy are bad for American consumers and businesses. Thankfully, members of Congress who are also concerned that this plan might substantially raise energy prices are also speaking out.
In a recent letter to key energy officials in the administration, a group of Senate leaders led by Ranking Environment and Public Works Member Senator David Vitter (LA) challenged the administration’s calculations on the social cost of carbon. Vitter was joined by Senators Roy Blunt (MO), Jeff Sessions (AL), John Barrasso (WY), James Inhofe (OK), Roger
In recent days, PACE has launched a new partnership with Generation America to give seniors a real voice on energy issues. Join this fight by visiting www.PowerPetition.org and plugging into the effort.
Check out this video that describes the efforts and allows conservative seniors to weigh in on current events in energy.
On November 27th, 2012, PACE Executive Director Lance Brown talked about PACE’s new ‘Beyond Affordable’ campaign with host Neal Larson on KID Newsradio in Idaho Falls, Idaho. Listen to the full interview below.
PACE Interview – KID Newsradio, November 27, 2012
How is the president doing on energy issues? That was the topic of conversation this past Thursday, August 16th, on Minnesota Public Radio’s The Daily Circuit, which featured PACE Executive Director and EnergyBiz Insider Editor-in-Chief Ken Silverstein.
Minnesota Public Radio – Daily Circuit
The segment, called ‘A Look At Obama’s Energy Record,’ is the first of a two-part series by Minnesota Public Radio that examines the energy positions of major presidential candidates. A look at Mitt Romney’s stance on energy issues is scheduled for this week.
“This is really a discussion about what we want the future of energy in
Fox News reports on the difficulties facing West Virginia residents as they deal with threats to the coal community.
Watch the latest video at video.foxnews.com
Affordable energy is the lifeblood of a strong and vibrant economy, and the massive supply of available energy resources in North America means that the United States is literally sitting on the greatest hope to create jobs, revive our economy, and again lead the world in energy production. Yet recent years have been marked by increasingly onerous regulatory barriers to the promise of affordable domestic energy. Government policies have been built on flawed and static assumptions about energy resources, leading to a 40 year decline in energy production. Federal lands both onshore and offshore are locked in outdated moratoriums and