Inside EPA's Clean Energy Report is a cutting-edge news service focused on the regulatory, legislative and court decisions that are driving the debate over balancing energy demands with environmental policies â€“ including disclosure rules for hydraulic fracturing, greenhouse controls for power plants and vehicles, and incentives for biofuels and alternative fuels.
Clean Energy Report is specially designed to get our readers to the next level of news analysis and action-ready participation in the seminal challenges facing the energy industry as a result of the new environmental policies that regulate it.
Here are just some of the services Clean Energy Report delivers to help meet that challenge:
- Exclusive investigative business news reporting, our trademark journalism for the last three decades, totally dedicated to the environmentally driven efforts in the administration, Congress and the courts that will reshape the energy industry, including coal, natural gas, electric utilities, biofuels and petroleum alternatives.
- Daily news reporting, with a special focus on context and a look at what will happen next;
- Email alerts each business morning and afternoon delivered to your inbox rounding up the latest in exclusive and daily news, blogs, documents and analysis;
- A frequently updated blog bringing together analysis, related material, as well as breaking news and events, into an at-a-glance narrative that will keep you up-to-speed in real time
- Our newly designed website, which will bring all of our services together into an easier-than-ever-to-use online news tool, including special categories, related stories and documents, a news archive and an extensive document database.
A one-year subscription to Clean Energy Report â€“ providing 24/7 online access, daily e-mail updates, a weekly analysis, and time-sensitive e-mail alerts when the news warrants â€“ costs $795 for a single reader. Expanded access and site licenses are also available. Current subscribers to any Inside EPA product receive a special $200 discount.
If you have any questions, you may contact Clean Energy Report customer service in a number of ways:
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