Interior Department issues rule for renewable energy development on public land
from The Wall Street Journal
The Interior Department issued a regulation Nov. 10 aimed at speeding up development of renewable energy on federal lands, one of at least five major energy rules the Obama administration is expected to release in coming weeks, even though they may be swiftly unraveled by President-elect Donald Trump. After nearly eight years of regulations curtailing pollution from fossil fuels, the new rule, from the Interior Department's Bureau of Land Management, will be the Obama administration's first major stab at regulating renewable-energy development on public lands.
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