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While researching and writing Natural Gas and Global Warming: A Review of the Evidence Finds that Methane Leaks Undercut the Climate Benefits of Gas ,...

Jul 29, 2016 Blog Post

Trying to answer the question "If you are so worried about global warming, why are you opposed to fracking to increase natural gas production?" led...

Jul 28, 2016 Blog Post

In recent months, utilities have worked to put in place a policy that could slow the growth of rooftop solar: high residential demand charges. An...

Jul 22, 2016 Blog Post

Today we released Lighting the Way 4, our fourth annual installment of reports on the states with the most solar energy, and the public policies...

Jul 21, 2016 Blog Post
The Top States that Helped Drive America’s Solar Energy Boom in 2015

The states with the most solar capacity aren’t necessarily those with the most sunshine – they are the states that have adopted policies to make...

Jul 21, 2016 Report

Now is the time for states like Pennsylvania to set in place strong bonding requirements to ensure that money is available for environmental cleanup and...

Jul 13, 2016 Blog Post

Consumers who buy an EV instead of a gas-powered vehicle should not only recoup fuel costs over the lifetime of their vehicle, they should expect...

Jul 7, 2016 Blog Post
Electric Vehicles Are a Good Deal for California Consumers and the Environment

Electric vehicles (EVs) are clean, fun to drive, never require a stop at the gas station, and are a key part of California’s strategy for...

Jul 6, 2016 Report

For operators like Range Resources, which operates more than 1,000 wells in Pennsylvania, the blanket bonding requirement equates to roughly $600 per well.

Jun 29, 2016 Blog Post

Unplugged wells threaten to pollute drinking water and can leak the potent greenhouse gas methane, endangering communities both local and global.

Jun 23, 2016 Blog Post

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