This March 30 story details tension within the United States'
, swirling around whether and how the program should target resources to communities at greatest risk of damage from severe weather and energy poverty.
This op/ed from a professor begins with the familiar gambit about imagining California as its own country...and proceeds to invoke a California that runs entirely on clean energy from sun, wind and storage.
A developer with skin in the game (mostly) applauds an entirely bipartisan law that just passed in North Carolina to drive serious carbon reduction and solar + storage investment beginning next year. This October 12 op/ed deals in the blow-by-blow that led to success.