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But there is also a very real danger of an unjust transition. Blindness to unintended consequences, or a lack of adequate
That's why it's vitally important we build new political constituencies as a part of the clean energy transition. Because the effort to halt climate change doesn't end when we swap out coal plants for solar and wind farms or gas guzzlers for electric vehicles.
NRDC recently compiled these examples and other best practices into a report entitled “Creating the Grid-Connected Car: International
Have you ever thought about switching to an electric vehicle (EV)? Duped drivers of so-called "clean diesel" Volkswagen cars in particular may be in the market.
Electric vehicles (EVs) are cleaner, greener, and more fun to drive. Different mileage ranges, prices, and car types abound with about 30 plug-in electric sports cars, SUVs, and sedans now available from Chevrolet, Nissan, BMW, Ford, Tesla, and many other automakers.
Consensus around a national direction for EV charging could be a game changer.
In my experience in energy politics, I've seen many attempts around the country to undermine customer choice when it comes to new clean energy technology. Net metering advocates fought to defend solar choice.
The sun is finally setting on the days when Volkswagen and other automakers could disregard emission standards. Here's how we can make sure it happens.
Clean, electric, robot vehicles would be like R2D2's with seats. The National Renewable Energy Lab (NREL) is investigating
A new proposal would get gas-guzzlers off the road in the next decade.
There are now about 425,000 plug-in electric vehicles (EVs) on roads across the nation. It's no surprise why -- EVs are cleaner, cheaper and more efficient than their gasoline-fueled counterparts.