Rural Residents and Commuters are Key to Meeting PEV Goals

Residents outside of densely populated regions of the state are forced to rely on inadequate charging infrastructure. The clustering of charging stations around cities and more populated areas results in large swaths of the state lacking any of this crucial infrastructure. This lack of charging infrastructure becomes even more glaring when identifying areas that have DC Fast-Charging ports available. More most be done if the state is to meet 2030 targets.

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Saving Solar Manufacturing is a Waste of Energy

In light of a remarkable trend towards renewable energy sources, it is unsurprising that the solar industry now supports 260,000 jobs, which translates to a year-on-year percent increase of 43% since 2011. As solar installers have benefited from the lower costs of imported components and passed these savings on to their customers, the industry's job growth has largely been driven by the resulting increasing demand. This is what makes the new tariff on solar panels stunting to continued growth in US solar markets.

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Maria Blows Away the Old, In with the New?

This year’s hurricane season has put on full display the havoc natural disasters can cause around the world. Every one of these events, from earthquakes to wildfires, have the power to bring entire regions to their knees and, in extreme cases, force devastated communities to rebuild energy infrastructure completely from scratch.

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