New Jersey officials fear the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's expanded application of its Minimum Offer Price Rule will impede the state's ability to utilize more clean energy.
The coronavirus pandemic has delayed sessions in at least half of state legislatures, threatening solar booms, grid overhauls and 100% clean energy plans.
Key US states chew gum and walk at same time, ramp up aggressive pursuit of 100% renewable energy goals with new collaboration during COVID-19 breakout.
Lawmakers should make energy innovation a national imperative, and at least double U.S. investment in clean energy RD&D by 2025.
The coronavirus pandemic could derail renewable energy’s progress. Governments can help. - A commentary by Heymi Bahar
The response to COVID-19 can also build the foundation for a greener, safer, and more prosperous future.
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