On September 13, news organizations noted that President Biden talked up climate policy aimed at growing a pollution-free economy over the next two decades despite the fact that prices had gone up on an annual basis from the previous August.
The United States' Bureau of Land Management, says this July 16 story, approved a transmission line between Arizona and southern California that should support delivery of more renewable energy to those overheated markets.
On June 28, the industry pacesetter fortified the case for electric appliances - and the code-compliant clean grids that support them - by reporting on studies that found carcinogens and other toxic matter flowing from gas stoves.
Where will the startups and adopters and utilities find chemicals to build their batteries to meet the pledges to live in the world that decarbonization built? This January 26 rundown of a pending American law nods to key industries and regions.
Questions remain about where the money is coming from to fund both the petition drive for a public vote on FirstEnergy’s subsidies and the inflammatory campaign against it by a group called Ohioans for Energy