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Climate Change


Labor Shortage Threatens to Stall Clean Energy Boom

New York, NY - The burgeoning renewable energy sector faces an unexpected hurdle – resistance from some rural communities across the United States. While many areas embrace the environmental and economic benefits of wind and solar farms, others are raising concerns about potential downsides,...

Beyond Electric Vehicles: A Multifaceted Approach to Climate Change

While the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) has captured significant attention in the fight against climate change, experts warn against viewing them as a singular solution. A growing chorus of voices is calling for a more comprehensive approach that addresses the complex challenge from multiple...

Former DEC Commissioner and Advocate Nominated to New York PSC

New York, NY - New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced the nomination of two individuals to the state's Public Service Commission (PSC), marking a potential shift towards prioritizing clean energy and environmental justice in the state's T&D sector. The nominees include Denise Sheehan, the...

Climate Change

New York Announces Two Offshore Wind Project Awards, to Deliver Clean Power in 2026

Governor Kathy Hochul has announced a significant step forward in New York's clean energy future with the conditional awarding of contracts for two offshore wind projects: Empire Wind 1 and Sunrise Wind. These projects, expected to be operational by 2026, represent a substantial boost to the state's efforts to combat climate change, create jobs, and foster a robust clean energy sector.

Delivering Clean Power and Economic Benefits:

Empire Wind 1 and Sunrise Wind, with their...

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Former DEC Commissioner and Advocate Nominated to New York PSC

New York, NY - New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced the nomination of two individuals to the state's Public Service Commission (PSC), marking a potential shift towards prioritizing clean energy and environmental justice in the state's T&D sector. The nominees include Denise Sheehan, the...

Political ideology and renewable energy growth in Alberta

Edmonton - Alberta's electricity sector currently navigates a complex landscape. While renewable energy enjoys significant growth and promises a sustainable future, the recent moratorium implemented by Premier Danielle Smith casts a shadow of uncertainty. Understanding the current situation...

Biden's Climate Law Is Working, and Not Working

A year and a half following President Biden's enactment of an ambitious climate change bill, the landscape of the United States' clean energy transition presents a mix of successes and challenges. A recent study by a consortium of research organizations highlights that while electric vehicle (EV)...

Hydro-Québec planning to reduce number of power outages in 2024

Montreal, Quebec - The city of Montreal slowly heals and regains power after the recent ice storm wreaked havoc on its infrastructure. While significant progress has been made by Hydro-Québec in restoring electricity to residents, some areas might still experience outages over the weekend...


Former DEC Commissioner and Advocate Nominated to New York PSC

New York, NY - New York Governor Kathy Hochul has announced the nomination of two individuals to the state's Public Service Commission (PSC), marking a potential shift towards prioritizing clean energy and environmental justice in the state's T&D sector. The nominees include Denise Sheehan, the...

Labor Shortage Threatens to Stall Clean Energy Boom

New York, NY - The burgeoning renewable energy sector faces an unexpected hurdle – resistance from some rural communities across the United States. While many areas embrace the environmental and economic benefits of wind and solar farms, others are raising concerns about potential downsides,...

Political ideology and renewable energy growth in Alberta

Edmonton - Alberta's electricity sector currently navigates a complex landscape. While renewable energy enjoys significant growth and promises a sustainable future, the recent moratorium implemented by Premier Danielle Smith casts a shadow of uncertainty. Understanding the current situation...

Hydro-Québec planning to reduce number of power outages in 2024

Montreal, Quebec - The city of Montreal slowly heals and regains power after the recent ice storm wreaked havoc on its infrastructure. While significant progress has been made by Hydro-Québec in restoring electricity to residents, some areas might still experience outages over the weekend...

Beyond Electric Vehicles: A Multifaceted Approach to Climate Change

While the rise of electric vehicles (EVs) has captured significant attention in the fight against climate change, experts warn against viewing them as a singular solution. A growing chorus of voices is calling for a more comprehensive approach that addresses the complex challenge from multiple...

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