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States and the Deployment of New Electric Transmission Lines | OAS Episode 204

Part of modernizing the nation’s electric grid involves adding long-distance transmission lines. On this episode, we talk with Melissa Birchard, a senior adviser at the U.S. Department of Energy, who explained the need for new transmission lines to bring renewable energy from remote areas of the country to the cities and towns where it’s needed.


Low-Income/Renter Energy Efficiency Toolkit

This is a web-based product that includes a short introduction with links to the various tools and is reserved for high-profile topics. Web template includes a standard set of icon options pointing to the various tools. 

How States Protect Pipelines from Excavation Damage

Excavation damage is one of the leading causes of damage to underground infrastructure, including oil and gas pipelines, water and sewer networks and fiberoptics. Not only is this damage potentially dangerous to public health and safety, but it’s also costly to address and repair damages.

NRI Standing Committee Newsletter | December 8, 2023

Some of the latest agriculture, energy, environment and transportation policy issues NCSL is following in Washington, D.C., including New Environmental Permitting Reforms, Codifying Toxic Substance Control Act Policy & more.