From Too Cheap to Meter to Too Risky to Run

From Too Cheap to Meter to Too Risky to Run

NUCLEAR OPERATORS in California, Connecticut, Illinois, and New York are asking state lawmakers for additional monies—above and beyond the market prices of electricity and electric capacity—to keep their plants open for business. These plant owners cite low energy prices and increasing operating costs among the factors that are making their plants uneconomic. Among the key arguments made for propping up these failing businesses has been their role in keeping the electric sector’s greenhouse gas emissions low enough to comply with state requirements and the federal Clean Power Plan… [more

Reposting Liz Stanton in Commonwealth Magazine

Designing a Path Towards a Zero-Carbon Future

Designing a Path Towards a Zero-Carbon Future

Hollywood Goes Renewable?

Hollywood Goes Renewable?