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Joseph FIordaliso, looking to the ocean and the roads to power the Garden State

Joseph Fiordaliso on New Jersey's Energy Master Plan (Updated as the Plan Moves Forward in '21)

When we spoke with Joseph Fiordaliso, the president of the state's Board of Public Utilities, lockdowns were still only happening overseas and states were the only serious partners for renewable developers. Now, New Jersey is moving forward on transmission investment- making Fiordaliso's cheery appeals to the next generation and the...
A car loads up on electricity, generating...value

(Courtesy Fairfax County, VA.) According to the Coalition's projections, this driver will soon find company. 

Firing Up a Credit Trading Market to Support Electric Vehicle Networks

If electric vehicles reduce carbon pollution, shouldn’t they get credit for doing so? The Connecticut has started working on a partnership that lets owners, suppliers and charging vendors create and market credits for the miles the vehicles travel. The Bank registered the First Validated Multi-Partner Carbon Offset Credit...
The golden age of wireless?

Beam announced its deal with the City of San Diego in October 2020. 

Building Profits in Charging: A Naming Rights Model

Carbon emissions from transportation must nearly vanish in coming years for the world to add less than two degrees of temperature above preindustrial levels. So ways to charge up cars on clean electric supply must proliferate. Beam, a San Diego vendor, claims to sell the world's fastest charge and promises...
David Crane

Speak softly and carry a big SPAC. 

ExSPACly So: Reflections on an Interview with Climate Pioneer David Crane

No, it has nothing to do with GameStop. A SPAC, or special purpose acquisition company, allows legitimate up-and-comers whose profits lie in the future to tap cash for building climate solutions now. David Crane, a veteran of climate-transition management, explains SPACs' potential to steer capital to a necessarily risky group...
Macky McCleary sees fossil-free infrastructure as necessary to and dependent on a healthy American recovery.

What happens when a 100-year-old electric system runs into a 100-year pandemic? 

CBEYond the Moment: Macky McCleary

When an economy freezes, does it chill utility executives' ability to transform their energy sources? Macky McCleary, who directs energy, telecommunications and infrastructure for consulting firm Guidehouse, says the world will have to keep drawing more and more power from fossil-free sources- but he also warns that the United States...

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