Author: Tom Higgins

More Site Funding, Streamlined Permitting in Budget Breakthrough

July 12, 2024   Click Here to Download PDF     More Site Funding, Streamlined Permitting in Budget Breakthrough Governor Shapiro and the leadership and...
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2023/2024 Chesapeake Bay & Watershed Report Card

(ECO Health, July 2024)  This report card provides a transparent, timely, and geographically detailed assessment of Chesapeake Bay and its Watershed. Since 2016, UMCES has...
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Manufacturer & Business Association Hosts Panel Discussion with Pittsburgh Works Together

(Erie News Now, May 29, 2024)  Pennsylvania is losing out to other states when it comes to business development. That was the message from members...
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Luke Bernstein: Federal Rules Put PA’s Hydrogen Future at Risk

(Tribune-Review, June 13, 2024)  For the past two decades, Pennsylvania has been at the forefront of the shale revolution, which has delivered incredible quantities of...
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Fracking Produces a Resource Need to Wean Us Off Fossil Fuels. PA Should Embrace It.

(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 5, 2024)  It’s a re­mark­able co­in­ci­dence: In the waste pro­duced by ex­tract­ing fos­sil fu­els, there is a huge sup­ply of a key...
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There’s Not Enough Power for America’s High-Tech Ambitions

(The Wall Street Journal, May 12, 2024)  ATLANTA—Bill Thomson needs power fast. The problem is that many of the other businesspeople racing into Georgia do...
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PJM Statement on the Newly Issued EPA Greenhouse Gas and Related Regulations

(PJM, May 8, 2024)  PJM has the responsibility to ensure both short- and longer-term reliability for the 65 million people we serve in a region...
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The Biden EPA’s Plan to Ration Electricity

(The Wall Street Journal, April 26, 2024)  The Biden Administration’s regulations are coming so fast and furious that it’s hard even to keep track, but...
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Thomas G. Bigley: Two Pittsburgh trade schools have closed. Fortunately, the county has alternatives.

(Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, June 20, 2024)  History is repeating itself with the closing of Triangle Tech and Pittsburgh Technical Institute. It was 20 years ago that...
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