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Carolina Climate on Our Minds

Expert BlogNorth CarolinaLuis Martinez, Jossie Steinberg, Sam Whillans

After many ups-and-downs, North Carolina is committing to 70% reductions in power-sector carbon dioxide emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050!

Electric Vehicles Are Driving Rates Down

Expert BlogUnited StatesMax Baumhefner
Real-world data demonstrates that EV drivers are contributing more to body of utility customers than associated costs, putting downward pressure on electric rates to the benefit of all utility customers.

New Jerseyans Agree on Energy Efficiency Solutions

Expert BlogAda Statler
Thanks to the leadership of Governor Murphy, the legislature, and the Board of Public Utilities (BPU), New Jersey is poised to reassert itself as a national leader on energy efficiency.

Reduce Electric Industry Uncertainty to Speed Climate Action

Expert BlogSheryl Carter
America’s cities and states have continued to make tremendous progress to increase clean energy and reduce climate pollution despite the Trump Administration’s efforts to push in the opposite direction. And many utilities also have been leaders, largely because it makes…

Clean Energy Progress in America’s Electric Sector in 2018

Expert BlogRalph Cavanagh
Americans are paying less of their incomes for electricity and breathing cleaner air as 2018 draws to a close (electricity bills represent less than 1.5 percent of average household income, the smallest share since 1955). And just this week, a…