Hillary Clinton touted selling advanced biofuels to the Department of Defense as a way to boost the economy during a speech at Morningside College in Sioux City, Iowa, on Wednesday.
A years-long investigation into the Department of Energy’s support for the bankrupt solar company Solyndra faults DOE officials, contractors, and the company itself for the department’s eventual loss of hundreds of millions of taxpayer dollars steered to the firm.
President Barack Obama hailed the financial opportunities presented by renewable energy during a Monday speech at an event sponsored by green energy companies that stand to benefit from expanded green energy subsidies.
LAS VEGAS—Green energy businesses gathered in Las Vegas on Monday for an annual conference hailing progress in the cleantech industry and encouraging further government incentives for the types of firms that paid thousands of dollars to sponsor the event.
Victims of President Obama’s bird genocide won a crucial victory earlier this month when a federal judge struck down an Obama administration rule that would allow certain green energy producers to murder bald eagles with impunity for up to 30 years:
The California ballot measure funded by billionaire environmentalist Tom Steyer that raised taxes on corporations in order to create clean energy jobs has generated less than one-tenth of the promised jobs.
Hillary Clinton’s plan to dramatically boost U.S. solar power production and installation could benefit a number of companies that have paid or donated to various arms of the former secretary of state’s expansive political network.
A Pennsylvania Democrat’s expected U.S. Senate run could renew scrutiny of her role in crafting green energy and environmental policies while she helped run, and was paid by, companies that received billions in taxpayer dollars.
Cleantech companies are financing a new nonprofit run by green energy lobbyists that operates under a portion of the tax code reserved for “social welfare” organizations but appears geared toward driving government contracts to its donors.
A leading green energy trade association couches its advocacy in terms of support for American jobs and manufacturing, but a committee of executives representing numerous foreign firms drives the group’s agenda.