A candidate for New York City comptroller has a novel idea for a municipally owned solar utility in a city with little space for giant panel farms.
The company's total solar portfolio can reportedly provide enough energy for 65,200 homes, or eight Magic Kingdom parks, for one year.
“[T]here are too many coincidences to ignore,” the Republican congresswoman claimed in 2019.
Solar energy companies see an ally in a president-elect who campaigned on generating 100% carbon-free electricity by 2035.
Yet fossil fuel demand still exceeds safe climate scenarios, and growing poverty is leaving millions without access to clean, reliable electricity.
The Bay of Bengal community was able to avoid blackouts after Cyclone Amphan by relying on solar energy microgrids.
The retail giant is suing Tesla alleging breach of contract after fires on the roofs of at least seven stores.
“It will take a concerted, conscious effort to create the change we are looking for.”
If Mexico and the U.S. adopt this plan, we’ll have better bilateral relations, more jobs and cheaper clean energy.
Beijing, not D.C., is winning the energy race.