Virginia’s Green Future

Virginia has been slow to move from fossil fuel to renewable. However, the state’s largest utility, Dominion has announced major plans to reduce greenhouse gases emissions with offshore wind projects and transportation electrification initiatives.

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Amazon Going Electric

American corporations are continuing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and make their operations greener around the world. Retail giant, Walmart…

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Missouri’s Move To Renewable Energy

The current population of the state of Missouri is approximately 6.15 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used coal…

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Jordan’s Solar Plans Shine Bright

The current population of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (Jordan) is approximately 10.12 million people. In 2019, the state utility…

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Virginia’s Future Is Green

The current population of the state of Virginia is approximately 8.57 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used natural…

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Super Charging The Wind In Iowa

The current population of Iowa is approximately 3.17 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used renewable energy (48.9%), coal…

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South Carolina Spurning Coal

The current population of the state of South Carolina is approximately 5.15 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used…

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Oregon Slowly Moves Toward Zero Carbon Emissions

The current population of the state of Oregon is approximately 4.24 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used renewable…

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Is New Mexico Becoming America’s New Energy Capital?

The current population of the state of New Mexico is estimated to be 2.10 million people. In May 2019, state…

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Iowa’s Wind Energy Is Booming

The current population of Iowa is approximately 3.17 million people. In May 2019, state utilities used renewable energy (48.9%), coal…

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