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American Progress | April 15, 2020
Scientists and experts around the globe agree that to mitigate the worst consequences of climate change, the world must transition to a 100 percent clean future powered by clean energy sources as soon as possible. Now, with the rapid spread of COVID-19 across the nation leading to a historic health and economic crisis, the renewable energy industry at the heart of this transition is suffering from the same uncertainty and impending job losses as many other sectors. Since taking office, President...
RECHARGE news | April 03, 2020
Automotive giant Toyota unveiled plans to enter the renewable power generation industry after a deal to set up Toyota Green Energy with a Japanese utility. Toyota – one of the world’s largest auto manufacturers and a pioneer of electric vehicles (EVs) with its Prius hybrid model – said the new company will run wind and solar plants in Japan to help the group meet its 2050 environmental ambitions. The auto-maker will own 50% of Toyota Green Energy, with power utility partner Chubu Electric holdin...
Daily Energy Insider | April 16, 2020
DTE Electric Co.’s revised integrated resource plan (IRP) gained the approval of the Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) on Wednesday after the company integrated every recommendation the commission had previously made back in February. The IRP is DTE’s long-term strategy for providing reliable, cost-effective electric service to its customers over the next 15 years. The IRP is DTE’s long-term strategy for providing reliable, cost-effective electric service to its customers over the next 1...
Theverge | May 03, 2020
Transforming America into a country that runs on clean energy is one way experts hope to alleviate the devastating economic downturn caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. With unemployment soaring and oil prices in a free fall, it’s looking highly unlikely that the US will simply step back into “business as usual.” Even though the pandemic is still raging, policy experts, climate action advocates, and scientists have all started drawing up plans that could save Americans from both t...
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