The Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee approved five bills by voice vote May 26, including legislation to promote marine and hydrokinetic renewable energy research and development (S. 630); to promote carbon capture and storage (S. 699 and S. 757); to analyze the impact of energy development and production on water resources; and to protect the bulk-power system and electric infrastructure against cyber security threats. Legislation to create a Clean Energy Deployment Administration, address offshore drilling, incent small modular nuclear reactors, create a clean energy standard, and incent electric vehicles may receive additional consideration this month, as the committee continues with a full June schedule.