Thursday, January 27, 2005

Check out E&E TV For a Discussion On the Federal Role in Promoting Renewable Energy Technologies

E & E Publishing, the company that publishes Greenwire, E&E Daily, and Land Letter, has started an interesting new on-line program: E&E TV.

The new program broadcasts on-line interviews with folks from the environmental and energy policy world "delivering up-to-the-minute news from Capitol Hill and hosting panel discussions among key players with opposing views on major issues." Right now E&E TV has two major programs: OnPoint, which broadcasts around 11:30 AM EST each day, and Afternoon Edition, which broadcasts around 4:30 PM EST. The daily news programs can be viewed for free in a flash player on www.eande.tv.

Today's OnPoint will address what the federal role should be in promoting adoption of renewable energy technologies. E&E Daily reporter Ben Geman will be joined by Michael Eckhart, president of the American Council on Renewable Energy, and Marlo Lewis, senior fellow at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.

Prior OnPoint programs include:
  • Climate Change: a discussion on developing markets for C02 emissions in the European Union.
  • Energy Markets: a discussion with Pat Wood Chairman of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC).

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