Energy and Environment Update - July 11, 2010

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In This Issue:

*Energy and Climate Legislation

*Congress

..Congressional Offices Protest Yucca Decision

..Additional Issues to Address Before August Recess

..Legislation Introduced

..Upcoming Hearings

*Administration

..Efforts to Promote US Exports Underway

..Advanced Vehicle Battery Market Growing

..President Calls for Expansion of 48C Program

*Department of Energy

..Solar Energy Demonstration Projects Announced

..Domestic Emissions Up for 2010

..$67 Million for CCS Projects

..State Energy Program Begins to Receive Funding

..Energy Efficient Lighting Could Save $2.2 Million

..$18.2 Million for Nuclear Research and Training

*Department of Transportation

..Nearly $300 Million for Streetcar and Bus Projects

*Environmental Protection Agency

..EPA Proposes New Interstate Rules

..25 Lawsuits Challenge GHG Limits and Fuel Economy Rules

..Groups Support EPA’s Biomass Decision

..EPA Submits Enforcement Plan to OMB

*Federal Housing Finance Agency

..Fannie and Freddie Assessment Could Threaten Energy Efficient Loan Program

*Miscellaneous

..China to Host October Climate Change Negotiations

..Chinese and Indian Emissions Increase

..Two New Reports from Ceres

..OK Passes Energy Credits Legislation

..WCI Would Save $100 Billion

..VT Updates Solar Energy Tax Credit

..MA Court Upholds Wind Farm Project

..Switzerland and Mexico Plan Climate Strategy Meeting

..France Seeks CCS Project Funders

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