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Renewable Energy Job Creation Is a Better Bet Than Coal

When it comes to renewable energy job creation, the Trump administration would do well to take a fresh look at clean energy rather than focusing only on fossil fuels. The solar power sector employed twice as many workers in 2016 than power generation from coal, gas and oil combined, according to a...


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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 former commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC), and Uchenna Bright, a prominent environmental advocate.

The PSC plays a critical role in overseeing the state's investor-owned electric utilities, including...

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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,...

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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...

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Winds of Change: Vineyard Wind Ushers in a New Era for Clean Energy

The crisp Atlantic air off the coast of Martha's Vineyard carried a new melody on February 2nd, 2024. Five colossal turbines, each taller than the Statue of Liberty, began their graceful rotations, marking the historic moment power began flowing from Vineyard Wind, the first large-scale offshore...

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