Linnea Lueken

Linnea Lueken is a Research Fellow with the Arthur B. Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy. While she was an intern with The Heartland Institute in 2018, she co-authored a policy brief 'Debunking Four Persistent Myths About Hydraulic Fracturing'.
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Tennessee Legislature Moves a Bill to Protect Energy Infrastructure

Tennessee’s Senate passed a bill which, in most circumstances, would prevent political subdivisions of the state, like counties, towns, and municipalities from restricting or prohibiting certain energy infrastructure projects.

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A new cobalt mine is set to begin operations in Idaho later this year.

Northeastern States Greenhouse Gas Emissions Increased after Closing Nuclear Plants

Northeastern states saw their greenhouse gas emissions rise shortly after closing three large nuclear power plants in the region.

Florida Bill Would Shift Solar Costs Away from General Ratepayers

A bill to reduce the cross-subsidies paid to owners of rooftop solar installations from general ratepayers lacking roof top solar systems has been introduced in the Florida legislature.

Wyoming Fights U.S. EPA Coal Power Plant Haze Rule

Wyoming Sen. Cynthia Lummis (R) placed a hold on the remaining Biden administration Environmental Protection Agency nominees over its decision to impose new Haze restrictions on a coal fueled power plant vital to the state's power system.

EPA Finalizes Aggressive Vehicle Emissions Standards for 2023 and Beyond

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency what it says are the most stringent emissions regulations on everyday passenger cars and light duty trucks ever to be imposed on the model years 2023 through 2026.

New York Supreme Court Dismisses Lawsuit Challenging Industrial Renewables Siting Policies

A coalition of conservation groups and representatives of rural communities in New York lost a lawsuit against the newly created New York State Office of Renewable Energy Siting (ORES).

One-Size Does Not Fit All in Water Quality Standards, Federal Circuit Court Confirms

The 9th U.S Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of exemptions given to Montana wastewater facilities regarding the discharge of phosphorous and nitrogen into navigable waterways.

President Joe Biden Signs Executive Order Establishing Zero-Emissions Vehicle Targets

President Joe Biden signed an executive order directing agencies with regulatory authority over passenger vehicles to set standards which will result in half of all cars sold in the United States by 2030 being zero-emissions vehicles.

DOE to Restrict Consumer Choice of Showerheads

The U.S. Department of Energy announced it is re-imposing strict Obama-era water use standards on showerheads and other home appliances.

Linnea Lueken

Linnea Lueken is a Research Fellow with the Arthur B. Robinson Center on Climate and Environmental Policy. While she was an intern with The Heartland Institute in 2018, she co-authored a policy brief 'Debunking Four Persistent Myths About Hydraulic Fracturing'.

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