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A boom in wind and solar energy pushed renewable resources to a record-breaking 30% of global electricity production in 2023, surpassing previous records.
In the San Francisco Bay Area, CO2 monitoring shows a reduction in carbon emissions thanks to electric vehicle saturation.
FirstEnergy Corp. is currently building its second of five solar projects in West Virginia. This site will produce up to 5.5 megawatts of renewable power.
EDP Renewables and Volt Energy Utility are partnering to build a solar park in Illinois meant to make clean energy accessible to disadvantaged communities.
Energy experts are concerned that, with the massive influx of EVs currently underway, the U.S. power grid may not be able to handle the added electricity needs.
This week, we’re joined by Ian & Amanda from CALSTART, a nonprofit advancing clean transportation solutions through cross-sector collaboration.
Learn how Good Faith Energy is electrifying the nation with solar power, energy storage, and more in this episode on Electrify Podcast!
Unlock EV Adoption insights with Loren McDonald, Matt Teske and Jarod DeAnda: Practicality, Purity Test, Range Anxiety, and More.
Will Americans be forced to buy electric cars? Probably not, especially as the charging infrastructure isn’t ready yet.
Con Edison released its annual sustainability report, which outlines how the power company is working toward the state’s goals for renewable energy.
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