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Rebuild With Clean Energy to Jump-Start America’s Reckoning With Racial Inequity, Economic Opportunities

On Aug 3, 2020
@NRDC shared
“Lawmakers need to realize racial inequity, climate change and the opportunity to build a better, cleaner, more equitable economy are not mutually exclusive.” —Mark Hall, founder of @RevalueDOTio and member of @e2org https://t.co/0WPP0fKsCn
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Lawmakers need to realize racial inequity, climate change and the opportunity to build a better, cleaner, more equitable economy are not mutually exclusive.

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On Aug 3, 2020
@NRDC shared
“Lawmakers need to realize racial inequity, climate change and the opportunity to build a better, cleaner, more equitable economy are not mutually exclusive.” —Mark Hall, founder of @RevalueDOTio and member of @e2org https://t.co/0WPP0fKsCn
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Rebuild With Clean Energy to Jump-Start America’s Reckoning With Racial Inequity, Economic Opportunities

Rebuild With Clean Energy to Jump-Start America’s Reckoning With Racial Inequity, Economic Opportunities

Lawmakers need to realize racial inequity, climate change and the opportunity to build a better, cleaner, more equitable economy are not mutually exclusive.



On Aug 3, 2020
@JigarShahDC shared
@JeremyKuhre @Stphn_Lacey @CleanGridView @chrisnelder @MaryHeglar @amywestervelt @MLiebreich This series from David Hunt is fabulous: https://t.co/TrM4Pwy3d9
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On Aug 4, 2020
@pbronskiECO shared
On top of @Shell's move, @bp_plc announces 50 GW of new #renewables by 2030. That's roughly equal to Spain's entire installed #RenewableEnergy capacity through 2019. https://t.co/PWvpUMCaTk https://t.co/PXGOx8duHr
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BP to Build 50GW of Renewables by 2030, Cut Fossil Fuel Output by 40%

BP to Build 50GW of Renewables by 2030, Cut Fossil Fuel Output by 40%

The oil supermajor lays out further details on its path toward net-zero, keeping ahead of its fossil fuel rivals in its energy transition ambitions.

On Aug 6, 2020
@greentechmedia shared
By removing regulatory and legislative obstacles, local governments are creating new pathways to access affordable, #cleanenergy https://t.co/vmUIwQIruo (via @RockyMtnInst)
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Beyond Buying Renewables: How Cities Can Influence the Energy System

Beyond Buying Renewables: How Cities Can Influence the Energy System

As US cities and counties transition to clean energy for their own operations and communities, many are finding that stakeholders and policies beyond their jurisdictions affect their ...

On Aug 7, 2020
@NRDC shared
With #HB6 signed into law, the climate crisis is on Ohio’s doorstep. 🆘 It’s time we #RepealHB6, a billion dollar nuclear and coal bailout. https://t.co/hh6lFzRXAN
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While the planet overheats, Ohio's coal industry gets a bailout

While the planet overheats, Ohio's coal industry gets a bailout

I have spent five years investigating state efforts to roll back clean energy laws. Ohio just passed the worst legislation yet

On Aug 4, 2020
@PVSolarReport shared
Advocates challenge Florida utilities’ gas-heavy 10-year plans https://t.co/S8ir8gtsJG
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Advocates challenge Florida utilities’ gas-heavy 10-year plans

Advocates challenge Florida utilities’ gas-heavy 10-year plans

“Considering how off-track current plans are from where the science tells us we need to be to address the climate crisis, these plans are not in the best interest of Floridians,” says the ...

On Aug 5, 2020
@greentechmedia shared
RT @JulianSpector: Massachusetts officially enacted its Clean Peak Standard, designed to use market forces to incentivize clean power for the high-demand hours that drive the bulk of grid costs. Here's my deep dive on the @MassDOER policy from earlier this year https://t.co/gmSOKxfrp2
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Massachusetts’ Clean Peak Standard Is Ready to Go

Massachusetts’ Clean Peak Standard Is Ready to Go

The policy rewards clean electricity delivered during the hours that need it most, with an extra prize for hitting the monthly system peak hour.

On Aug 5, 2020
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BP's chief executive vowed to make over the London-based oil giant into a diversified purveyor of cleaner energy within a decade https://t.co/PfJrIVhHnn
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BP Reports a Huge Loss and Vows to Increase Renewable Investment

BP Reports a Huge Loss and Vows to Increase Renewable Investment

The European oil giant has plans for a future with more electrical generation.

On Aug 7, 2020
@NobleIdeas shared
RT @cleantechfacts: It’s not talked about enough that the Edison Electric Institute literally gave FirstEnergy Corp. a lobbying award for the campaign to pass #HB6 in Ohio. The same campaign federal investigators now say involved a $60 million bribery scheme https://t.co/vhLIZ2TSf6 https://t.co/tiL8Pz12Qk
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Energy Harbor reveals money, risks involved in Ohio bailout

Energy Harbor reveals money, risks involved in Ohio bailout

Energy Harbor's financial documents reveal new details about FirstEnergy Corp.’s role in Ohio's bailout of struggling coal and nuclear power plants.

On Aug 6, 2020
@JAndersonEnergy shared
@SeanCasten Thanks for responding. Good point about the storage economics. Will be interesting to see if this Utah project pencils out: https://t.co/QGGPeSQcb0
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Plan advances to convert Utah coal-fired power plant to run on 100% hydrogen with storage

Plan advances to convert Utah coal-fired power plant to run on 100% hydrogen with storage

Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems said Tuesday it was awarded a contract for two natural gas fired turbines that by 2025 will run on a mixture of 30% hydrogen and 70% gas before ...

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On Aug 5, 2020
@NRDC shared
In Illinois, the Clean Energy Jobs Act — #CEJA — is the ONLY comprehensive climate bill focused on equitable job creation. Here’s how it’s always centered equity: https://t.co/qMvO9WMH7j
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An Illinois bill leans into the most contentious part of the Green New Deal

An Illinois bill leans into the most contentious part of the Green New Deal

Illinois is weighing a 100 percent renewable energy bill that includes jobs, equity, and social justice.

On Aug 5, 2020
@NRDC shared
“If clean air is accessible to only the white and the wealthy, that is not environmental protection - it is environmental apartheid.” #CEJA https://t.co/79zEfsH0S8
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What Does a Just Recovery Look Like for Illinois?

What Does a Just Recovery Look Like for Illinois?

Our economic recovery will ask this unavoidable question: will we double down on the old system - a fossil-fueled, profoundly unequal system that leaves many of us sick and impoverished, ...

On Aug 7, 2020
@greentechmedia shared
#NewMexico has passed a key threshold in its transition away from fossil fuels https://t.co/GOXd7kCGvO
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New Mexico’s Plan to Shut Down Coal Without Leaving People Behind

New Mexico’s Plan to Shut Down Coal Without Leaving People Behind

The solution for communities facing coal job losses must be bigger than retraining within the energy industry, says New Mexico Senator Martin Heinrich.

On Aug 5, 2020
@YaleClimateComm shared
Professor Tony Reames explains the importance of energy equity, which is particularly important as Americans experience high temperatures and a pandemic at the same time: https://t.co/pEXD50y3ug via @grist
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This prof is shedding light on energy injustice — and how to fix it

This prof is shedding light on energy injustice — and how to fix it

Not every household has the same access to clean, efficient energy. Professor Tony Reames has a plan to correct that.

On Aug 7, 2020
@NRDC shared
2. California’s economic future - and job provider - is not the toxic oil & gas industry, but the growing #cleanenergy industry! See graph ⬇️ from @e2org & check out more cool graphs in their recent clean energy jobs report ➡️ https://t.co/n954vrkHgV https://t.co/b5yg3Cd88x
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State lawmakers should drive investments and advance policies to: jumpstart development of new renewable energy projects; modernize California’s electric grid and improve grid resiliency in ...

On Aug 3, 2020
@YingliSolar shared
Yingli Solar is dedicated to providing eco-friendly power to all, but this commitment comes with a range of challenges. Find out more about this waste here and stay tuned to hear about what Yingli Solar is doing to diminish this waste: https://t.co/1wsITz89zB
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'They need to be ready.' Study warns of growing solar waste

'They need to be ready.' Study warns of growing solar waste

Federal scientists are warning that a wave of waste from solar panels could catch landfills off guard, leaving valuable metals behind and increasing greenhouse gas emissions.

On Aug 7, 2020
@katiefehren shared
RT @TimMLatimer: “California’s Lithium Valley has the potential to supply 40% of global lithium demand. The CEC is committed to supporting this emerging industry and battery supply chain,” said CEC Chair David Hochschild.” https://t.co/2ph4vyA5Bk
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Geothermal Brines Could Propel California’s Green Economy

Geothermal Brines Could Propel California’s Green Economy

Deep beneath the surface of the Salton Sea, a shallow lake in California’s Imperial County, sits an immense reserve of critical metals that, if unlocked, could power the state’s green ...

On Aug 3, 2020
@PVSolarReport shared
Electric co-ops lead growing wave of early coal plant retirements with ‘solar-for-coal swaps’ https://t.co/aJZNsvESW4
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Electric co-ops lead growing wave of early coal plant retirements with ‘solar-for-coal swaps’

Electric co-ops lead growing wave of early coal plant retirements with ‘solar-for-coal swaps’

A new white paper from Energy Innovation found that 179 GW of U.S. coal plants were more expensive to run than solar, but only 10 GW per year were being retired. Swaps could accelerate the ...