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Blocking Rooftop Solar

Solar power

Blocking Rooftop Solar

Fossil fuel and utility interests are working across multiple states to slow the adoption of rooftop solar. Blocking Rooftop Solar explores the tactics these solar opponents have used — including their efforts to remove incentives or impose new charges — and how policymakers can respond to keep renewable energy growing.

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We Have the Power
wind turbines

Clean energy

We Have the Power

Fossil fuels are responsible for a rapidly warming planet, for hundreds of thousands of deaths in the U.S. each year from air pollution, and for untold environmental damage. We Have the Power explores America's potential for a large-scale shift to emission-free energy from the wind, sun and other renewable sources, and how such a shift can solve many of America’s most pressing environmental and public health challenges.

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Rooftop Solar Benefits California Consumers
solar roofs on homes in Sacramento, CA

Solar power

Rooftop Solar Benefits California Consumers

Solar power on the roofs of our homes, schools and businesses provides important value for consumers across California – moving us toward a clean, resilient, affordable energy system.

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Cleaner Cars for PA

Electric vehicles

Cleaner Cars for PA

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 vehicles will improve air quality and public health while helping the commonwealth reduce its greenhouse gas emissions to meet its climate goals.

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Carbon Pricing 101

Global warming solutions

Carbon Pricing 101

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 how does carbon pricing work and what role should it play? How should it be implemented? How should revenues be used? Carbon Pricing 101 addresses these questions and more, and contains key information for charting a course toward carbon neutrality.

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Fix it First

Highways & infrastructure

Fix it First

America’s roads and bridges need repair, yet federal and state governments continue to pour billions of taxpayer dollars into unnecessary highway construction and expansion. Frontier Group and U.S. PIRG worked to create the following factsheet outlining the need for a “fix-it-first” approach that puts repair of existing infrastructure before new or expanded highways.

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An electric vehicle toolkit for local governments and Texas communities

Electric vehicles

An electric vehicle toolkit for local governments and Texas communities

By using a set of key tools to encourage EV adoption, local governments can help clean up the air in their communities and take meaningful action against global warming. The actions of leading EV communities around the state and around the country provide examples for other Texas communities to follow. This toolkit draws from their experiences and provides ideas for local governments on how to accelerate the deployment of electric transportation on our roads.

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Electric Buildings

Green living

Electric Buildings

Burning fossil fuels in buildings damages our health and the environment. By running our buildings on electricity, we can reduce carbon emissions, our dependence on gas and our overall energy use while improving public health.

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Transform Transportation

Highways & infrastructure

Transform Transportation

America’s transportation system is wrecking our health and the environment. To address the damage it causes, we need to completely transform the way we get around. This means ending our reliance on fossil fuel-powered cars and giving Americans new freedom to travel in ways that are clean, convenient and beneficial to our health and our communities. Transform Transportation describes steps we can take right now, using proven policies and existing technology, that can help us to do that.

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Offshore Wind for America

Wind power

Offshore Wind for America

The United States currently relies heavily on fossil fuels to heat our homes, fuel our cars, power our machines and produce electricity, harming our health and our climate. But the country is beginning to embrace the promise and potential of renewables. Offshore wind is a massive and underutilized energy resource just off our coasts, and can play a crucial role in moving toward a 100% renewable energy future.

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