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Block Island Wind Farm

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A State Promises Clean Energy, but Consumers Still See Higher Costs

In a policy roadmap, New York State undertakes to give utilities and manufacturers every reason to build out clean energy networks. In the energy-buying experience, residents and businesses see few paths to renewable power. How can a state reach its zero-emission goals without first showing consumers lower prices and clearer...
A German transformation, interrupted?

Demonstrators (from the days of crowds) raise the flag for fossil-free Germany. Raising the capital may prove lonelier. 

CBEYond the Moment: The German of a Great Evolution

Germany set forth the Energiewende, an aspirational and detailed strategy for quitting fossil fuel, before Covid-19 interfered. Germany drew high marks for its handling of the Covid crisis, and many of its leaders have insisted that recovering its economy means reinforcing the Energiewende's goals. However, the way forward looks rockier...
Joseph FIordaliso, looking to the ocean and the roads to power the Garden State

For Joseph Fiordaliso, progress toward a fossil-free economy flows from top-level leadership to street-level entrepreneurship. 

Joseph Fiordaliso on New Jersey's Energy Master Plan

What's on the horizon for New Jersey after the Covid-19 crisis? When we spoke with Joseph Fiordaliso, the president of the state's Board of Public Utilities, the vision includes electric cars and buses, wind turbines in the ocean, and busy factories making wind-energy equipment. A Newark native with a crackly...

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