What's it like inside the Environmental Protection Agency as the Trump administration dismantles it from the top down?
This week, ProPublica’s Talia Buford joins us on The Energy Gang to talk about how Scott Pruitt’s aggressive regulatory rollback agenda is changing the agency’s relationship to science, to industry, and to the staffers who've worked there for decades. An abandoned rule on effluent from power plants tells us a lot about Pruitt's approach to disassembling the EPA.
Then, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo unveiled his latest energy vision, which features big targets for offshore wind and energy storage. Is New York suddenly the country’s hottest storage market?
And finally, we’ll wrap up with a glance at two once-mighty companies in solar that are re-emerging after tough times: BP Solar and SunEdison.
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- ProPublica: What It’s Like Inside the Trump Administration’s Regulatory Rollback at the EPA
- GTM: Andrew Cuomo Throws Political Weight Behind Offshore Wind and Energy Storage
- GTM: SunEdison Emerges From Bankruptcy a Shadow of Its Former Self
- GTM: BP Jumps Back Into Solar With a $200 Million Investment in Europe’s Biggest Project Developer