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Bryn
Huxley-Reicher

Policy Analyst, Frontier Group

Bryn Huxley-Reicher is a policy analyst at Frontier Group focusing on issues related to clean energy and the new economy. He has a BA in applied mathematics focused in earth and planetary sciences from Harvard University. Bryn is a crossword enthusiast, a home cook, a sci-fi and fantasy reader and a dog person.

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More and better testing would protect us from chemical threats
Jars of chemicals on a shelf

Toxic threats

More and better testing would protect us from chemical threats

New methods for testing the toxicity of chemicals could eventually provide better information about how chemicals affect human health, and might also reduce costs, speed up the testing process, and reduce animal suffering and death.

An opportunity for renewable energy: California offshore wind

Wind power

An opportunity for renewable energy: California offshore wind

Developing just a fraction of California's immense offshore wind resources would be a big step towards achieving the state's climate and energy goals. The California Energy Commission's recent draft report lays the groundwork for the emergence of offshore wind.

Kansas: Evergy pushes to price solar out of the state

Utility watchdog

Kansas: Evergy pushes to price solar out of the state

Kansas utilities fought to kill net metering and managed to get incentives for solar owners slashed. Not satisfied, one of the utilities, Evergy, tried to impose new fees on solar owners that the Kansas Supreme Court described as illegal price discrimination. Evergy's amended rate proposal, which repackaged those very same fees, was rejected by state regulators, but is still being charged to customers in some parts of the state.  

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