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President Biden committed to ending most financing of foreign fossil fuel projects, but real action on climate change will require a transformation of the relationship...

Nov 23, 2021 Blog Post

The U.S. doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to decisive national climate policy. The states, on the other hand, are leading...

Nov 10, 2021 Blog Post
The rapid growth of renewables, electric vehicles and other building blocks of a clean energy future

In 2020, America produced almost four times as much renewable electricity from the sun and the wind as in 2011, with wind and solar producing...

Nov 9, 2021 Report

Electric vehicles are better than ever and selling in record numbers. But we're only in the early stages of building the infrastructure to support them....

Nov 4, 2021 Blog Post
dumpster painted with American flag

America produces way, way too much waste. Our systems for dealing with it are in crisis mode.

Sep 30, 2021 Blog Post
Cuts to net metering could threaten California's solar progress

California’s ambitious climate and clean energy goals depend on steady growth in rooftop solar power. Utilities, however, are pushing for dramatic reductions in compensation to...

Jul 27, 2021 Report

In the debate about how much rooftop solar owners should be paid for the electricity they generate, some of the most important benefits usually get...

Jul 12, 2021 Blog Post

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...

Jul 9, 2021 Blog Post
Protecting California’s Climate and Land

Solar panels installed on our homes and businesses are a great source of clean, renewable energy, but they have many other benefits as well. From...

Jul 8, 2021 Report

Ohio utilities successfully weakened state renewable energy standards and tried to kill net metering. Most recently, FirstEnergy and its associates have been accused by federal...

Jul 8, 2021 Blog Post

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