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Renewable Energy

Districts or schools in Compton, Montebello, Hesperia, Banning, Pacific Palisades, San Jacinto and elsewhere in Los Angeles County will benefit from a lottery held last month by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Georgia Power and the state’s Public Service Commission were not in agreement about a proposed rate hike to fund infrastructure upgrades, including renewable energy sources, but agreed on the need for EV charging subsidies.
The Duluth-based Minnesota Power said it will add up to 700 megawatts of renewable energy to its power generating portfolio. It's a considerable increase over the 300 megawatts of solar and wind it initially proposed.
New York City's $4 billion "Leading the Charge" plan proposes guidelines for new school buildings, the conversion of fossil fuel combustion boilers to ultra-low biofuel, and the installation of LED lights in 800 schools.
The Department of Energy has announced that it is now seeking public input on a new $1 billion program that stands to benefit energy generation in areas with 10,000 or fewer inhabitants.
Students at Chippewa Falls High School are using thermal and visual drones to study the school's facilities and carbon footprint, then using the resulting data to suggest ways for reducing energy consumption.
New York Gov. Kathy Hochul has announced $8.5 million will be put towards supporting companies commercializing technologies that focus on reducing greenhouse gas emissions across the state.
An Illinois school district is weighing a proposal from the not-for-profit Future Green Energy Consortium, which has more bargaining power than any individual school, to install solar panels on rooftops and campuses.
Research by Pecan Street in Austin, Texas, shows that electric vehicles can be used as an effective device to smooth electric demand while getting recharged when electricity is cheaper and more plentiful.
The non-wired alternative project, which is the first of its kind for utility provider National Grid, will focus on the construction of a new solar-plus-storage facility at the Coffeen Street substation.