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April 21, 2024

energy transition

J-Power
EPSA Releases Policy Principles for Energy ‘Expansion’
The Electric Power Supply Association has released a set of policy principles it hopes will inform legislators and regulators as they work to evolve the grid to cleaner supplies and greater demand from electrification.
Office of Gov. Gavin Newsom
In China, Newsom Meets with Xi, Other Leaders to Build Climate ‘Bridge’
The California governor met with Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing to bolster climate cooperation between his state and the People’s Republic of China
Lim, Aklin and Frank in Nature Communications
Green Jobs are Growing Far from Fossil Fuel Workers
Green jobs may be growing, but the vast majority of fossil fuel extraction workers whose jobs are threatened by the energy transition will not fill them, according to a new paper.
California Governor's Office
Newsom Stresses Role of Permitting in California Energy Transition
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has bold words for transitioning to clean energy, including on permitting, but his plan lacks some specifics.
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Former FERC Chair Richard Glick Sets Up Consulting Shop
The former FERC head said he'll be launching GQ New Energy Strategies with Pamela Quinlan, his chief of staff on the commission.
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In Climate Leader NY, Energy Workforce Rising from Ground Up
One at a time, New York apprenticeships and vocational schools are training the thousands of workers needed to meet the state's ambitious clean energy goals.
Institute for Policy Integrity
Bottlenecks, Cybersecurity, EJ Top of Mind for FERC’s Phillips
FERC's Willie Phillips joined the Institute for Policy Integrity to discuss a shifting U.S. energy landscape and how FERC is aiding the clean power transition.
EPA, EIA, BloombergNEF
BNEF: 2021 a ‘Blockbuster Year’ for Clean Energy Investment
Investments in wind, solar, storage and EVs soared last year, even as U.S. GHG emissions rose, according to annual reports by EIA and BloombergNEF.
Invenergy
Robust Renewables Outlook Puts Supply Chain Issues in New Light
U.S. renewable energy deployment is dependent on an import-heavy supply chain, and the outlook for a domestic supply of components isn’t getting better.
No Line 3 Boston
Non-violent Protesters Occupy Enbridge Regional Office in Massachusetts
Dozens of climate justice advocates in Massachusetts occupied international pipeline company Enbridge’s office in protest of its Line 3 tar sands pipeline.

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