Executive Order Includes ACEC Recommendations to Improve Environmental Permitting
The White House released an Executive Order on Tuesday that streamlines environmental reviews for major infrastructure projects. Click Here for entire story.
ACEC/Pennsylvania Supports U.S. Representative Thompson
U.S. Representative Glenn Thompson (R-PA) , who sits on the House Natural Resources Committee, with ACEC/Pennsyvlania's Rod Stahl of Stahl Sheaffer Engineering in State College last week. Click Here for entire story.
FERC Regains Quorum; $50 Billion in Project Permitting Backlog Can Move Forward
The Senate has confirmed two new commissioners for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), putting an end to six months of operating without a quorum. Click Here for entire story.
ACEC Backs Bill to Make Energy Efficient Commercial Building Tax Deduction Permanent
Congressmen Dave Reichert (R-WA), Earl Blumenauer (D-OR), and Tom Reed (R-NY) have introduced ACEC-supported legislation. Click Here for entire story.
ACEC/Illinois Supports U.S. Representative Lipinski
U.S. Representative Dan Lipinski (D-IL), who sits on both the House Committee on Transportation and Infrastructure and the Committee on Science, Space and Technology meet with ACEC/Illinois leaders. Click Here for entire story.
Senate Confirms ACEC-Backed USAID Administrator
Mark Green was confirmed by the Senate last week as the next USAID Administrator and ACEC strongly supported his nomination. Click Here for entire story.
ACEC-Commissioned Superfund Report Highlighted in Senate Committee Hearing
Katherine Probst, who wrote a recent Superfund report commissioned by ACEC, testifies on it before the Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works. Click Here for entire story.