Five Energy Stories Worth Reading Today (10/21/14)

Here are five recommended reads for today (10/21/14).

  1. Bloomberg reports, “Acquisitions in the solar industry will take off as manufacturers and developers prepare for the expiration of a tax credit that’s helping drive a U.S. installation boom.”
  2. Brentin Mock of Grist argues, “Clean energy advocates need to speak up if they want black lawmakers to hear them.”
  3. Bloomberg reports, “TransCanada Corp. (TRP) will have to spend $1 billion more than planned on an oil pipeline to Canada’s Atlantic Coast if natural gas customers get their way, a move it says would threaten the viability of the project.”
  4. According to Gigaom: “The solar industry is no longer dominated by the solar module price crash. Now it’s looking to innovations in energy storage and soft costs, including financing.”
  5. Climate Progress reports, “Pipeline workers discovered a 4,000-barrel crude oil spill in Louisiana last week, and say that mopping up the spill will likely keep cleanup crews and regulatory agencies in the sparsely-populated area for months.”
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