New York State’s Carbon-Free Power Plan

The population of the state of New York is approximately 19.46 million people[1]. New York is one of thirty states…

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Hawaii’s Move To Renewable Energy Is Saving Consumers Money

The population of the “Aloha State,” Hawaii is approximately 1.41 million people[1]. In October 2020, state utilities used petroleum (72.2%),…

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ARE CALIFORNIA’S DREAMS OF A GREEN FUTURE POSSIBLE? …..With A Little Help From Their Friends In Oregon

The population of the state of California is approximately 39.56 million people[1]. In September 2020, California utilities used natural gas…

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Renewable Energy Is Helping Italy’s Economy

The population of the Italian Republic (Italy) is approximately 60.42 million people[1]. In 2018, 100% of the people in this…

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North Carolina’s Path To Carbon Neutrality

The population of the state of North Carolina is approximately 10.5 million people[1]. In September 2020, utilities used nuclear (33.9%),…

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The Hoosier State Is Cooling On Coal

The population of the Hoosier State, Indiana is approximately 6.74 million people[1]. In August  2020, state utilities used coal (62.4%),…

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Virginia Turning Green Legislation Into Green Energy

The population of the state of Virginia is approximately 8.63 million people[1]. In July 2020, state utilities used natural gas…

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Massachusetts’ Green New Deal, Isn’t Very Green!

The population of the state of Massachusetts is approximately 6.98 million people[1]. In July 2020, utilities used natural gas (87.4%)…

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Solar Saving Angola’s Oil

The population of the Republic of Angola is approximately 33.20 million people[1]. In 2018, 43.3% of the people in this…

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Will Offshore Wind Meet Rhode Island’s Energy Goals?

The population of the state of Rhode Island  is approximately 1.06 million people[1]. In July 2020, state utilities used natural…

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