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    September 4, 2020 / Podcasts
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    Energy
    Lights Out for Maryland’s Power Plant Construction Subsidy Program
    BY Jason A. Copley

    It’s not every day that a decision by the United States Supreme Court has the potential to impact the construction industry. But the Court handed down a decision last month that could hinder the pace of power plant construction around the ...

    Energy
    Philadelphia Now Requires Commercial Energy and Water Use Reporting
    BY Lori Wisniewski Azzara

    By: Lori Wisniewski Azzara and Robert G. Ruggieri Philadelphia City Counsel recently passed Bill No. 120428-A, which amends Chapter 9-3400 of The Philadelphia Code, to establish a system of benchmarking and reporting energy and water usage data for ...

    Energy
    Proposed Legislation to Address Decreased Value of Solar Renewable Energy Credits In New Jersey

    By: Christopher Soper and Lane Kelman Recently New Jersey State Senator, Bob Smith (D., Middlesex), chairman of the Senate Environment and Energy Committee, explained that New Jersey has “done such a good job at stimulating solar that the market ...

    Energy
    Too Much of a Good Thing Damages the Value of Solar Certificates in Pennsylvania and New Jersey

    Over the past couple of years, the solar industry has thrived in Pennsylvania and New Jersey due to federal and state programs that have provided hundreds of millions of dollars in incentives. These programs are necessary for solar energy to compete ...

    Energy
    New Jersey Considering Leasing Portions of the Continental Shelf to Wind Power Developers

    The State of New Jersey, in conjunction with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Regulation and Enforcement (BOEMRE), is exploring the possibility of leasing portions of the continental shelf to wind power developers and studying the feasibility ...

    Energy
    Pittsburgh’s David L. Lawrence Convention Center Highlights Need for Evaluation of LEED Buildings After Construction

    A recent study of Pittsburgh’s David L. Lawrence Convention Center (DLCC) showed that the building has been “wasting energy” for years. The finding has brought much criticism from taxpayers. The study performed by the Green ...

    Energy
    Recent Advances in Green Building
    BY Lori Wisniewski Azzara

    International Energy Conservation Code Upgrades The 2012 International Energy Conservation Code (IECC) has been upgraded to require that newly constructed and renovated residential and commercial buildings achieve energy savings 30% higher than the ...

    Energy
    New Energy Grants Help to Expand Alternative Fuel, Clean Energy and Efficiency Sectors in Pennsylvania
    BY Lisa M. Wampler

    On April 8, 2011, the Commonwealth Financing Authority announced its approval of $6.5 million in new alternative and clean energy grants. According to C. Alan Walker, acting Secretary of the Department of Community and Economic Development, these ...

    Energy
    Cohen Seglias Co-Hosts Solar Networking Event
    BY Lane F. Kelman

    Two weeks ago, April 3-5, the 2011 PV America conference was held in Philadelphia. More than 3,000 attendees, including PV manufacturers, distributors and installers, industry financiers and project developers, converged upon the Pennsylvania ...

    Energy
    New Jersey Governor Signs Power Plant Bill and Tax Reimbursement for Revel Casino
    BY Robert G. Ruggieri

    Update: Christie Signs NJ Power Plant Bill New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed into law last Friday the controversial power plant bill (S-2381) that, among other things, is aimed to lower energy rates by increasing the energy generated ...