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Energy and Climate Change

To Expand Clean Energy Access to All Californians, It’s Time to Expand Net Metering

Californians have developed the country’s most ambitious cap-and-trade program, own more electric cars than any other state, and have created 542,000 clean energy jobs.

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California’s Rooftop Solar Mandate Wins Final Approval

It’s official. All new homes in California must incorporate solar power starting in 2020.

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Steel for Fuel: How Utilities Can Replace Fossil Fuel Expenses With Renewables Earning Potential

If managed well, this clean energy transition can actually create opportunities for utility managers to reduce risks and increase shareholder earnings.

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Here’s a Way to Fight Climate Change: Empower Women

“In my experience, to have eyes wide open is to hold a broken heart every day,”

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State of the Climate report paints 2018 as a devastating, record-breaking year

The main take-away from the report might be that 2018 is the fourth hottest year on record, in terms of average global temperature.

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How Google Keeps Its Power-Hungry Operations Carbon-Neutral

Kate Brandt has a radical idea for how we’ll have to live in the future, if we’re going to be in balance with nature.

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New Hampshire Utility to Fight System Peaks With Home Batteries Under New Settlement

Liberty Utilities will own up to 500 units, but the compromise allows third parties to participate, too.

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The Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center Inaugural Global Water Summit Report

This brief report highlights some of the important discussion themes, the critical gaps in the field that need to be addressed and opportunities that were identified.

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Renewables May Prove Cheaper Than 96% of Coal Plants Worldwide by 2030

"Over time, these coal-fired power plants will just become more and more unviable."

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Navajo Nations first solar project now producing enough electricity for about 13,000 homes

A giant array of solar panels near the famed sandstone buttes of Monument Valley has begun producing electricity for the Navajo Nation at a time when the tribe is bracing for the loss of hundreds of jobs from the impending closure of a nearby coal-fired power plant.

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