In this week’s episode of Building Local Power we interview Debbie Dooley, President of Conservatives for Energy Freedom and co-founder of the Green Tea Coalition in the southern United States
Podcast: Local Solar Power: Red Plus Blue Makes a Green Tea Party syndicated from Clean Technica
Australian energy company AGL has announced plans to close the 2 gigawatt coal-fired Liddell Power Station and replace it with at least 1.6 gigawatts of renewable energy, battery storage, and demand response.
Australia’s AGL Announces Plans To Replace Liddell Power Station With 1.6 Gigawatts Of Renewables syndicated from Clean Technica
Yosemite National Park has now become the first national park in the US to add all-electric buses to its permanent shuttle fleet, following its order from the US-based electric bus supplier Proterra for two Catalyst buses
Yosemite National Park Orders 2 All-Electric Proterra Buses, First National Park In US To Do So syndicated from Clean Technica
Independent assessment group Climate Action Tracker has published a new study outlining 10 key short-term sectoral benchmarks for climate action that must be taken by 2020-25 if we are to simply “keep the window open for a 1.5°C-consistent GHG emission pathway.”
10 Key Benchmarks For Climate Action To Achieve 1.5°C-Level Success syndicated from Clean Technica
As one of the first VW Beetle owners, my father might have been an odd entrant into the modern-day vehicle. A conservative WWII hero and vet, he made his life by keeping part of his sorrow tucked away and shut down in a corner of his mind — the war memories corner. To raise his children, he relied on a mix of conservative faith and Star Trek, and he strived to be fun. Ever the two-sided personality, his hero was Captain Kirk, and Star Trek was a dinnertime fair
Old Love Bug Going Electric syndicated from Clean Technica
A new report published last week by the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Energy Storage concludes that installing 12 gigawatts of battery storage is achievable in the United Kingdom by the end of 2021, but that a “medium” target of 8 gigawatts is more likely.
12 Gigawatts Of Battery Storage In UK Is Possible By 2022 syndicated from Clean Technica
A new report based on interviews in the waste, construction, and car industries in the UK has concluded that well-designed environmental regulations are seen as a potential positive which can deliver economic benefits through increased business investment, rather than unnecessary bureaucratic red tape.
Well-Designed Environmental Regulations Can Deliver Positive Economic Outcomes syndicated from Clean Technica