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How Years of Collaboration Helped Pass North Carolina's New Energy Law

Agriculture

North Carolina residents and local environmental groups are worried the coming hurricane season will once again unleash massive pollution from the state’s thousands of...

Clean Power

Courtesy of Rocky Mountain Institute By Josh Brooks, Dan Cross-Call, & Heather House 2020 did not go according to plan, to say the least....

Batteries

Job openings are not product roadmaps, but they can hint at them. Some recent Tesla job openings imply that Tesla may be preparing for...

Clean Power

As we look back at 2020 and reflect on what comes next for North Carolina in clean energy and climate, one thing becomes clear,...

Bicycles

The initial experience of the Brevard Police Department with the Delfast TopCop is encouraging as local police departments look to leverage modern transportation technologies...

Clean Power

North Carolina offers one of the beautiful coasts in the country. I've slept in the sand dunes of that coast, waking early to drift...

Air Quality

A North State Journal article on Duke Energy and solar was an anti-renewables PR hit piece funded by anti-renewables fossil fuel industry money in...

Clean Power

The State of North Carolina is working on a plan to reduce carbon emissions to zero by 2025, but Duke Energy, the largest electricity...

Air Quality

Proterra continues to make headway in replacing polluting combustion buses with its clean fully electric buses with a new deal that will see five...

Cars

Duke Energy is seeking approval for a plan to add hundreds of new EV chargers in North Carolina. The proposal includes money for more...

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