Search There's a Hole in the System September 09, 2022 Source: Grist On September 6, this story spotlighted utilities' shoddy record at restoring and sustaining electricity for low-income communities of color. A Baker Attends to the Bay State Heat August 12, 2022 Source: Boston Globe After some deliberation, Massachusetts' Republican governor signed a law on August 11 that aims to boost offshore wind - without a disputatious price cap on bids that had made the governor hesitate. Of Iron Man's Endorsement and Carbon Removal's Evolution March 25, 2022 Source: Axios Evidently too excited to wait for our explainer on the subject, Robert Downey Jr. tweeted bullishly about carbon removal recently. This March 21 story places the pronoucement in context. California Without Collateral? New Buildings Get Mandates, Raise Finance Questions August 30, 2021 Source: The New York Times A mandate from the Golden State to hook up new buildings to renewable power opens a path for ideas about financing energy upgrades in the vastly higher stock of buildings already in use. How California Became Far More Energy-Efficient Than the Rest of the Country June 12, 2019 Source: Vox California is decreasing its energy intensity (energy consumed per unit of GDP) and its carbon intensity (carbon emissions per unit of GDP). External News Solar Panel Glut Is Muting Effect of Trump Tariffs: SunPower August 23, 2018 Source: Reuters A steep global decline in the price of solar modules in recent weeks is nearly offsetting the effect of the Trump administration’s 30 percent tariff on imported panels, the chief executive of a major United States solar company said.