The nation’s capitol is close to mandating that PEPCO serve the district’s entire electric demand with renewables by 2032 – and that all vehicle fleets in the city go 100% low-or-zero emissions by 2045. But the bill isn’t done yet.
A bill is moving through the Washington D.C. council to set a more aggressive renewable energy target than any state has yet approved, and to shift the city to solar energy.
Members of the solar trade group met with 101 different representatives whose districts are among the top in the country for solar to talk policy priorities, as well as continued investment in and development of the industry.
Six climate and energy non-profits have joined a suit before the U.S. Supreme Court to challenge an Arizona utility seeking legal immunity from anti-trust laws.
The Post has become the latest large mainstream U.S. news publication to oppose the tariffs, as South Korea considers a WTO complaint.
The nation’s capital becomes the first city in the world to earn the coveted LEED status, thanks in large part to its commitment to installing solar.
GRID Alternatives will run the first year of the program, training D.C. residents in solar installation while installing PV systems.
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