by Julia Pyper
October 02, 2015

September has seen a lot of clean energy activity at all levels of policymaking, from meetings on the Exelon-Pepco merger at the Washington, D.C. Mayor’s Office to a new set of global development goals from the United Nations.

The U.S. Congress has also been busy, with Senate Democrats unveiling a sweeping climate change proposal and the House Energy and Commerce Committee passing a comprehensive energy reform bill. Congress also passed a stop-gap budget this week that will avoid a government shutdown through the end of the year. Clean...