Energy and the environment are dominating political discussions today because of the massive effect government policy has in the energy sector. The fact that The Hill has dedicated an entire special magazine to the topic illustrates just that.
In case you don’t live in or around the Beltway area and are unable to get the print edition of the magazine, we have provided a PDF version you can download. Download the full PDF here and take a look at some of the following sections to see the future of energy and how it impacts our industry:
- Page 34, Q&A: SECRETARY ERNEST MONIZ - Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz, who has quietly become a top player on both energy and foreign policy issues, talks to The Hill about Iran, his passion for research and the Solyndra controversy.
- Page 46, 10 NAMES TO KNOW - These rising stars of the energy world, from the halls of Congress to the private and public sectors, are part of a new generation bringing novel ideas and enthusiasm to the policy battles shaping the nation.
- Page 50, CASH FOR COAL? – Lawmakers in U.S. coal country, watching production decline and jobs disappear as the nation moves toward cheaper and cleaner fuels, are calling for help.
- Page 62, PROFILE: COAL’S TOP LAWYER - West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey has made himself a thorn in the Environmental Protection Agency’s side with his legal maneuvering.
In addition, read ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP AND COMPLIANCE IN THE DIGITAL AGE, sponsored content provided to The Hill from Aridea Solutions. Written by our Co-Founder and Managing Director, B.J. Evans, the article describes how the Internet of Things is going to change environmental reporting and analyses for the better. Find it on page 42, or download the two-page PDF here.
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