April 16, 2024

Renewable Energy Standard (RES)

Tug-of-war Developing over Ariz. Clean Energy Rules
As state regulators begin a process to repeal renewable energy and energy efficiency standards for electric utilities, a group of lawmakers want the regulators to reconsider clean energy rules they previously rejected.
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NY Scorecard Makes Way for Utility-scale Agrivoltaics
NYSERDA has expanded its Smart Solar Siting Scorecard to a point-based system for incentivizing Tier 1 project development with agrivoltaic strategies.
Climate Jobs Rhode Island
Rhode Island Senate Set to Vote on 100% Renewables Bill
A bill before the Rhode Island legislature would increase the state’s current 38%-by-2035 Renewable Energy Standard to 100% by 2033.
CS Energy
Rhode Island Advocates Hold out Hope for Stalled Clean Energy Policies
Rhode Island’s climate council hosted a listening session on the electric sector to help inform a GHG emissions reduction plan update due in December.
BMW Group
Here’s the Top Decarbonization Challenge for the Northeast in 2022
With Northeast states backing out of joining TCI-P, states now have a major funding gap for their plans to clean up the transportation sector.
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Modeling Shows Vt. Can Hit Decarbonization Targets Through 2050
Consultants to the Vermont Climate Council modeled GHG emission reductions based on proposed actions from the council’s Cross-sector Mitigation Subcommittee.
GlobalFoundries’ Bid for Vt. Utility Status Could Trip up 100% Renewable Proposal
Semiconductor manufacturer GlobalFoundries wants to procure its own electricity from ISO-NE and be exempt from the Vermont's renewable energy standard.

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