Materials from Time for 100% Forum







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House
Wind power has come of age
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Advocation clean energy
Showcasing the potential of energy efficiency and clean energy
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Replacing nuclear
Educating consumers about cutting edge technology
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Mark Scully and Mark Jacobson
Mark Scully and Mark Jacobson at The 100% Renewables Forum
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Panel Discussion
The Panel Discussion at The 100% Renewables Forum






Events

News
  • The offshore wind bill still needs your help! CT Roundtable for Climate and Jobs - HB 7156 has passed the CT House, but needs a vote in the Senate.
  • Once again, it's not easy being green CT Mirror - A green new deal for Connecticut? Don't count on it. Elaborate plans for an ambitious one-off state incarnation of the national effort were substantially scaled back when the legislation came to the House floor on Tuesday.
  • Eversource Takes Local Energy Concept to New Level with New Hampshire Microgrid Plan MicroGrid Knowledge - In Connecticut, the utility plans to unveil a [non-wires] project later in 2019
  • Greenskies finishes 137-kW solar array at water treatment plant Solar World - ...Greenskies currently operates solar installations for more than 1/3 of all the towns in Connecticut. In addition to the Sprague project, Greenskies also completed solar projects for Middletown and Ledyard's wastewater treatment plants.
  • Climate crisis requires urgent action: Op-Ed Danbury Newstimes - Now is the time for Gov. Lamont and the Connecticut General Assembly to set a requirement for 100 percent clean and renewable energy, stop the diversion of energy efficiency funds swept by the legislature, rapidly ramp up renewables like rooftop and community solar generation and offshore wind, encourage electric cars and transit buses, fix leaking gas pipelines and stop building infrastructure like pipelines and energy plants that serve the fracked gas industry.
  • Regional Transportation Program Cuts Emissions Through Fees eco RInews - The details are still being worked out for the TCI program, but as it stands all gasoline and diesel fuel entering a state would be required to buy credits based on each ton of CO2 emitted.





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