Energy And Environment Update - March 28,2010

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In this issue:

*Energy and Climate Legislation

*Senate

*House

..Subcommittee Approves Home Star Program

..Subcommittee Approves Energy Research Funding

..Appropriators Object to Yucca Mountain Closure

..Subcommittee Approves Cybersecurity Bill

..Legislation Introduced

*Administration

..Research Program Will Focus on Addressing Climate Change

..Environmental Groups Concerned about CAFE Discount Rate

*Department of Energy

..FERC to Issue Transmission Funding Rulemaking

..Climate Modeling Program Announced

*Environmental Protection Agency

..Biofuels Final Rule Published

..Tailoring Rule Delayed

..GHG Reporting Rules Proposed

*Government Accountability Office

*International Maritime Organization

*Nuclear Regulatory Commission

*Personnel

*Miscellaneous

..Energy Disproportionately Expensive

..CO Sets Higher RES

..China Leads in Clean Technology Investment

..State Officials Adopt Environmental Resolutions

..CA Climate Laws Under Additional Scrutiny

..IDB Increase Climate Funding

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