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Plugged In

By IER

The Institute for Energy Research (IER) is a not-for-profit organization that conducts intensive research and analysis on the functions, operations, and government regulation of global energy markets. IER maintains that freely-functioning energy markets provide the most efficient and effective solutions to today’s global energy and environmental challenges and, as such, are critical to the well-being of individuals and society.

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    The Energy Update - Week of October 19, 202010/22/2020
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    The Energy Update - Week of October 12, 202010/15/2020
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    The Energy Update - Week of October 5, 202010/09/2020
    9:56
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    #61: Tom Tanton on the cost of total electrification (10-5-20)10/05/2020
    23:48
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    The Energy Update - Week of September 14, 202009/18/2020
    8:55
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    #60: Steffen Henne on Germany's green energy transition09/11/2020
    39:11
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    The Energy Update - Week of August 31, 202009/04/2020
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    #59: Tom Tanton on California's energy woes (9-2-20)09/02/2020
    27:11
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    The Energy Update - Week of August 24, 202008/27/2020
    9:41
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    #58: Travis Fisher on California's rolling blackouts (8-27-20)08/27/2020
    13:59
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    The Energy Update - Week of August 17, 202008/20/2020
    17:25
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    #57: Lisa Linowes on wind industry subsidies (8-18-20)08/18/2020
    36:49
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    The Energy Update - Week of August 10, 202008/13/2020
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    The Energy Update - Week of August 3, 202008/05/2020
    6:51
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    The Energy Update - Week of July 27, 202007/30/2020
    5:39
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    #56: Kathryn Klaber on regulation in Pennsylvania (7-29-20)07/29/2020
    35:00
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    The Energy Update - Week of July 20, 202007/23/2020
    14:04
  10. 18.
    #55: Kenny Stein on recent developments in pipeline construction (7-16-20)07/16/2020
    27:30
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    The Energy Update - Week of July 13, 202007/15/2020
    13:59
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    #54: Gordon Tomb on the Pennsylvania Attorney General and the natural gas industry (7-13-20)07/13/2020
    14:34
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    The Energy Update - Week of July 6, 202007/10/2020
    6:26
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    The Energy Update - Week of June 29, 202007/01/2020
    7:16
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    The Energy Update - Week of June 15, 202006/17/2020
    6:49
  16. 24.
    #53: Robert Bryce on Juice: How Electricity Explains The World (6-16-19)06/16/2020
    27:52
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    The Energy Update - Week of June 8, 202006/11/2020
    7:33
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    The Energy Update - Week of June 1, 202006/03/2020
    8:00
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    The Energy Update - Week of May 25 202005/28/2020
    7:19
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    #52: Dr. David Kreutzer on Planet of the Humans (5-21-20)05/21/2020
    24:48
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    The Energy Update - Week of May 18 202005/18/2020
    5:24
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    The Energy Update - Week of May 11 202005/13/2020
    6:12
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    #51: Chet Thompson of AFPM on the refinery industry during the pandemic (5/12/20)05/12/2020
    23:50
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    The Energy Update - Week of May 4 202005/06/2020
    2:20
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    The Energy Update - Week of April 27 202004/29/2020
    6:07
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    #50: Kenny Stein on Negative Prices (4-23-20)04/23/2020
    14:51
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    #49: Kenny Stein to The Railroad Commission of Texas(4-17-20)04/17/2020
    4:45
  28. 36.
    #48: Jason Crawford on the Roots of Progress04/09/2020
    35:30
  29. 37.
    #47: Dr. Ellen Wald on Saudi Arabia and Oil Prices04/02/2020
    29:34
  30. 38.
    #46: Kenny Stein on Special Interests and the Coronavirus Relief Bill03/31/2020
    15:05
  31. 39.
    #45: Kenny Stein on the American Energy Innovation Act (3-4-20)03/04/2020
    15:56
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    #44: The Mercatus Center's Adam Thierer on the Impacts of the Precautionary Principle (2-20-20)02/20/2020
    41:17
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    #43: David T. Stevenson, of CRI, on the Transportation & Climate Initiative (2-13-20)02/13/2020
    30:19
  34. 42.
    #42: Andrew Wheeler on the rule-making process and the role of EPA (2-4-20)02/04/2020
    24:45
  35. 43.
    #41: Kenny Stein on the Transparency in Energy Production Act(1-29-20)01/29/2020
    5:49
  36. 44.
    #40: Steven F. Hayward on energy and politics in 2020 (1-3-20)01/03/2020
    22:54
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    #39: Paige Lambermont on hydropower regulations (12-18-19)12/18/2019
    11:25
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    #38: George Stark of Cabot Oil and Gas on the natural gas industry (12-11-19)12/11/2019
    29:47
  39. 47.
    #37: Jennifer Fielder on wildfires and problems with federally controlled public lands (12-5-19)12/05/2019
    44:54
  40. 48.
    #36: Bill desRosiers of Cabot Oil & Gas on developing the Marcellus Shale (11-26-19)11/26/2019
    31:40
  41. 49.
    #35: Thomas Eiden on Nuclear Regulations and Nuclear Medicine (11/6/19)11/06/2019
    32:38
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    #34: Kenny Stein to Indiana’s 21st Century Energy Policy Development Task Force(10-30-19)10/30/2019
    14:20
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    #33: Kenny Stein on the disruptions in Saudi Arabia and American energy security (9-20-19)09/20/2019
    25:18
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    #32: Robert Bryce on natural gas pipelines in New York (9-11-19)09/11/2019
    23:13
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    #31: Professor David Dismukes on his recent research regarding PURPA (8-14-19)08/14/2019
    29:36
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    #30: Robert L. Bradley, Jr. on energy policy from the 70s to today (7-24-19)07/24/2019
    50:41
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    #29: Kenny Stein on the Trump administration's ACE Rule (7-10-19)07/11/2019
    17:24
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    #28: Mary J. Hutzler on the levelized cost of electricity (6-26-19)06/26/2019
    20:57
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    #27: Jordan McGillis on carbon taxes (6-19-19)06/19/2019
    48:06
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    #26: Mark P. Mills, of the Manhattan Institute, on the new energy economy (6-5-19)06/05/2019
    38:52
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    #25: Robert Murphy on the economics of climate change at Connecticut College (5-30-19)05/30/2019
    40:38
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    #24: Hunter Pearl on climate litigation (5-22-19)05/22/2019
    11:25
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    #23: Kenny Stein on renewable technologies, congressional testimony and recap(5-16-19)05/16/2019
    22:15
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    #22: Rob Allerman, of PRT, on energy forecasting (3-27-19)03/27/2019
    18:49
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    #21: Chris Brown, of the CSPR, on the economic impacts of SB-181 in Colorado (3-20-19)03/20/2019
    24:48
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    #20: Allen Gilmer, of Drillinginfo, on information & technology in the oil & gas industry (3-7-19)03/07/2019
    22:09
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    #19: Kathleen Sgamma, of the Western Energy Alliance, on obstacles to energy development (2-13-19)02/13/2019
    23:44
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    #18: Chris Wright of Liberty Resources on how hydrocarbons lift people out of poverty (2-6-19)02/07/2019
    29:22
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    #17: Jason Hayes and Isaac Orr discuss reliable energy and the polar vortex in the Midwest (2-1-19)02/01/2019
    30:19
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    #16: Steven F. Hayward on the Green New Deal and environmentalism (1-28-19)01/28/2019
    18:49
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    #15: Marian Tupy, of the Cato Institute, on human progress and the Simon Abundance Index (1-17-19)01/17/2019
    21:47
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    #14: IER’s Hunter Pearl on wildlife management reforms (1-10-19)01/10/2019
    11:29
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    #13: IER staff on the yellow vest protests in France (12-14-18)12/14/2018
    21:07
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    #12: Stephen Moore on trade, energy, and his new book Trumponomics (12-10-18)12/10/2018
    30:45
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    #11: Colin Grabow, of the Cato Institute, on the Jones Act and energy (11-26-18)11/26/2018
    16:42
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    #10: Don Watkins, of the Center for Industrial Progress, on energy, and human flourishing (11-16-18)11/16/2018
    38:28
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    #9: Isaac Orr, of the Center of the American Experiment, on energy in Minnesota (11-13-18)11/13/2018
    22:09
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    #8: Krisztina Pusok, of the American Consumer Institute, on CAFE and American consumers (11-05-18)11/05/2018
    18:33
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    #7: Todd Myers of the Washington Policy Center on the Washington state carbon tax vote (10-22-18)10/22/2018
    24:17
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    #6 - Kelly Sloan, of the Centennial Institute, on Colorado’s energy sector and Prop. 112 (10-18-18)10/18/2018
    22:38
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    #5: Paul Driessen on the looming corporate scandal at Bloom Energy (10-4-18)10/03/2018
    24:09
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    #4: IER's Hunter Pearl on NEPA reforms (8-23-18)08/23/2018
    13:39
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    #3: IER's Robert Murphy on carbon taxes (8-21-18)08/21/2018
    1:05:05
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    #2: IER staff on CAFE changes (8-6-18)08/06/2018
    18:48
  75. 83.
    #1: IER's Kenny Stein on Kavanaugh (8-2-18)08/02/2018
    37:51

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