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“Change” is often seen as synonymous with “sacrifice,” especially where the environment is concerned. But sometimes giving things up is no sacrifice at all. There...

May 12, 2021 Blog Post

Thirteen states have joined the ZEV program, cleaning the air while accelerating deployment of zero-emission vehicles. Who’s next?

May 11, 2021 Blog Post
How the Zero-Emission Vehicle program would cut climate and air pollution in the Keystone State

Pennsylvania recently announced plans to join the Zero-Emission Vehicle program, which reduces transportation emissions by requiring automakers to deploy clean, emission-free vehicles. Transitioning to electric...

May 6, 2021 Report

How, in the middle of a climate crisis, does it make sense to make driving artificially cheap by refusing to charge drivers the full cost...

May 5, 2021 Blog Post

Traffic noise isn’t just annoying – it’s damaging to our health. Electric vehicles can help.

May 4, 2021 Blog Post

Geothermal energy holds enormous promise for decarbonization. A recent National Renewable Energy Laboratory webinar gave me insight into why that is.

May 4, 2021 Blog Post
Bulk power can reduce pollution and save residents money

Texas cities and counties can help reach their climate goals by pooling the electricity purchasing power of their residents and buying renewable electricity. Across the...

Apr 27, 2021 Report

How can U.S. communities secure cheaper, cleaner electricity for their residents? Community bulk power can help.

Apr 30, 2021 Blog Post
Strategies to put a price on global warming pollution

Putting a price on carbon pollution should be a central element in any strategy for addressing global warming, the existential challenge of our time. But...

Apr 20, 2021 Report

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