Alternative Energy Is The Future Of New Energy Sources

In the U.S., fossil fuels produce up to 80% of all energy that we consume. Our current level of dependence on fossil fuels puts us on track for a rapid depletion of these finite materials. Meaning, if we’re not careful, we will run out of our precious, non-renewable resources. That means no more oil, natural gas,Read More

New York PSC must ensure charging infrastructure in place for medium and heavy-duty fleet electrification

One thing is clear: The New York Public Service Commission does not shy away from a challenge. Since the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act was adopted in 2019, setting economy-wide greenhouse gas reduction targets and directing the PSC to eliminate emissions from electric generation, the commission has been hard at work updating its programs […]

Lessons from New Mexico and Colorado’s leading methane rules

Methane leaks from oil and gas sites represents a problem on many fronts. They create harmful air pollution, contribute to global warming and can even cause explosions. They also result in a lot of wasted gas. Colorado and New Mexico — two of the nation’s leading energy producers — recently ramped up their methane pollution […]

The time has come for NYPSC to focus on charging infrastructure for trucks and buses

New York is at a crossroads. Our flagship climate law, the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, requires significant emissions reductions statewide. This puts every sector of our economy on the hook to deliver and position New York on a path to climate safety. To achieve the CLCPA’s goals, government agencies, communities and the private […]

The New York Utility Commission institutes a climate planning framework

The New York Public Service Commission is taking decisive action to orient the state’s utilities towards a clean energy future, consistent with the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. In two new orders, the commission established a collaborative long-term planning process for gas utilities, put in place a framework for greenhouse gas emissions reporting for […]

ReVolve Renewable Power Acquires Centrica Business Solutions Mexico to Disrupt the Distributed Generation Market

ReVolve Renewable Power Acquires Centrica Business Solutions Mexico to Disrupt the Distributed Generation Market Aiming to transform from a developer of renewable energy projects to a producer of electricity with recurring revenues and cash flow, ReVolve Renewable Power Corp. (TSXV: REVV) (“ReVolve”) signed the definitive agreement to acquire Centrica Business Solutions Mexico S.A. de C.V. […]

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Differentiated gas: Nothing but hot air without these five criteria

By Dan Grossman and Maureen Lackner Getting a comprehensive and accurate picture of the extent of methane emissions from the oil and gas industry is hard. Our scientists have spent much of the last decade detailing deficiencies and inaccuracies in the way companies — and even regulators — estimate emissions, which result in dangerous understatements […]

Big bright spot in a disappointing season for shareholder climate resolutions

By Andrew Howell, CFA It’s annual general meeting season in the U.S. — when shareholders hold companies to account and press management to do better. A record 71 climate-related resolutions will be presented this year at public companies, more than double the number last year. But with a more ambitious suite of resolutions, fewer are […]

Rogue methane leaks from idle wells carry four big takeaways for policymakers

An ongoing methane leak involving several long-term idle wells in Southern California is raising safety concerns for nearby residents and highlights an important climate issue. Southern California has some of the worst air quality in the country, and leaks like these compound the negative impacts on some of the country’s most vulnerable populations. Both in […]

Multi-state “action plan” on zero-emission trucks, buses is robust, but key additions are needed

Last month truck manufacturers, environmentalists and others shared their thoughts on a multi-state draft action plan to spur zero emission medium- and heavy-duty trucks in 17 states, the Province of Quebec and Washington D.C. The plan, spearheaded by the Northeast States for Coordinated Air Use Management and developed by signatory states, was the culmination of […]

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