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How Solar Can Expand Its Socioeconomic Reach

Innovative solutions can help solar companies reach the low-to-moderate-income market, according to a report from Vote Solar. According to 2016 Census and data, 44-78 million people in the United States qualify as low-income and/or low-credit. But many of these customers are being left out of the clean energy transition...

Oklahoma Articles

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Skid Marks on the Energy Transition?

This March 10 op/ed takes oil and gas executives' paeans to the Inflation Reduction Act for a drive around the block.
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I Think We Have a Funky Connection

This February 23 report peeks at debates in state legislatures over the right- and the reward - associated with transmission infrastructure.
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What Do You DOE For Work?

This January 27 update notes hiring challenges as the United States Department of Energy tries to implement climate law.

Oklahoma Quick Data

Energy Efficiency:
Source: ACEEE
Score 1.50 / 9
Score 4.00 / 20
Score 3.50 / 12
Source: DSIRE
Energy Efficiency Programs:
34 Incentives and Policies
Solar Power:
Source: DSIRE
Renewable Energy Programs:
21 Incentives and Policies
Solar Energy Programs:
8 Incentives and Policies
Source: YPCCC

of people in Oklahoma support funding research into renewable energy sources in 2020.

(-4 of the national average)
(est. 2,414,952 of 2,959,428 adults)

last updated 8/31/2021

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