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U.S. in for the long-haul on zero-emission freight

  • Tuesday 2nd November 2021
The U.S. Department of Energy joined by Vice President Harris yesterday announced a $127 million investment to drive the future of zero-emission trucks. The announcement demonstrates the growing role that electric trucks are playing today — both in the trucking industry and as a climate solution — and how the capacity of these vehicles can […]

New research shows Boston methane emissions continue, despite pipe replacement efforts

  • Thursday 28th October 2021
New peer-reviewed research published this week in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences finds that methane emissions from natural gas infrastructure and buildings in the Boston area have remained consistently high over the last eight years, despite multiple programs aimed at reducing methane pipeline leakage. This study indicates that more action is needed […]

Climate planning is key for New York’s gas infrastructure

  • Monday 25th October 2021
Next month, the New York Public Service Commission will be deciding whether a rate case settlement proposal between National Grid’s upstate gas and electric utility (Niagara Mohawk) and other groups is in the public interest, and whether the proposal is consistent with New York’s Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act. This is the first major […]

Not-so-marginal wells and the need for strong EPA regulations

  • Friday 15th October 2021
There’s a common misconception that “marginal” or low-producing wells are nothing more than a marginal problem when it comes to the oil and gas industry’s methane emissions. The reality is that these wells make up about 80% of all active wells in the U.S, over 560,000 in total. These are not the mom-and-pop operations some […]

New mapping tool could help communities, policymakers prioritize clean transportation solutions

  • Thursday 14th October 2021
My children’s daycare, which is on a commercial strip between supermarkets and restaurants, often has three refrigerated trucks idling outside the front door. These diesel trucks can emit harmful pollution, even when they aren’t moving. The impact of transportation pollution on vulnerable populations is often striking. In downtown Oakland, where more than 70% of the […]

FERC, not the Supreme Court, is the right place to fix the Spire pipeline mess

  • Monday 11th October 2021
After the D.C. Circuit court vacated Spire STL’s unlawful certificate to operate a 66-mile natural gas pipeline running between Illinois and Missouri in June, Spire last week asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stay the vacatur decision and hand the company back its permission slip. Not only should the Supreme Court not grant the stay, […]

New California law will make it easier to finance electric trucks, buses

  • Friday 8th October 2021
By Michael Colvin and Lauren Navarro Gov. Newsom signed a new law today that will help accelerate the much-needed transition to electric trucks and buses. In addition to transforming the California market and cleaning up the state’s air, this law can serve as a national model for other states interested in accelerating the adoption of […]

Overwhelming public support paves way for stronger oil and gas pollution rules in New Mexico

  • Friday 8th October 2021
Over the past two weeks the New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board heard from a variety of New Mexicans as they considered newly proposed rules to limit oil and gas air pollution in New Mexico. What was striking over the 10 long days of testimony is just how broad and deep the support for a suite […]

A new way to track truck pollution

  • Wednesday 6th October 2021
By Timothy O’Connor and Aileen Nowlan SunPower, a solar power and energy services provider, is starting to ship solar panels in electric heavy-duty trucks powered by — you guessed it — solar energy. The question that communities and investors are starting to ask is, why isn’t everybody? How long can a company go without a […]

New Jersey BPU’s electric truck and bus charging infrastructure proposal: A solid first step but more is needed

  • Wednesday 6th October 2021
By Elizabeth B. Stein and Pamela MacDougall New Jersey’s march toward electric trucks and buses has picked up speed in the last few years. This summer, the New Jersey Board of Public Utilities released a preliminary proposal outlining the development of charging infrastructure for medium- and heavy-duty vehicles throughout the state, inviting stakeholders to participate […]

Head-to-Head Energy Usage Comparison — Kitchen Edition

  • Monday 1st November 2021

Find out which kitchen appliances will make your holidays the greenest.

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For America Recycles Day, We’re Talking Plastics

  • Friday 15th October 2021

America Recycles Day is about educating and encouraging others to be mindful of what they consume as well as how to recycle properly.

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5 Common Myths About Electric Vehicles

  • Thursday 30th September 2021

The future is now, and it’s easier to join in than you may think.

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Planning Your Energy Usage

  • Wednesday 29th September 2021

It’s Energy Awareness Month, and this year we’re giving you a plan.

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Why Choose a Renewable Energy Plan?

  • Monday 27th September 2021

Whether you want to reduce your personal carbon footprint or help build a cleaner future, choosing renewable energy is a step in the right direction.

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Get Closer to Carbon Neutral with Carbon Offsets

  • Tuesday 17th August 2021

Carbon offsets can compensate for emissions from your daily life. But what are they and how do they work?

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5 Sustainable Activities for the Whole Family

  • Monday 9th August 2021

Gather the family for some fun projects that can build sustainable habits.

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24 Years of Renewable Energy, 24 Hours of Sustainability

  • Tuesday 27th July 2021

It’s our 24th birthday, so let’s celebrate by doing something throughout your day to help the planet.

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5 Ways to Cut Plastic from Your Cookout

  • Wednesday 23rd June 2021

From backyard barbecues to family fish frys, we’ve got five eco-friendly tips that’ll help you make your next summer cookout, good for your guests and the environment.

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Recycling Do’s and Don’ts to Avoid Wishcycling

  • Friday 18th June 2021

Struggling with what to put in your home recycling bin? We’re highlighting items that you should stop recycling — and greenlighting those you should start.

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Welcome to 2GreenEnergy.  We’re Glad You’re Here.  (A “Sticky” Post)

  • Thursday 12th January 2017
To those who have been with us since our inception in 2009, as well as to those who are just joining us now for the first time, here’s a brief summary of what we at 2GreenEnergy are all about.  We …

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Effects of Climate Change

  • Tuesday 2nd November 2021
The man is an idiot, to be sure, but he’s obviously correct here.  There are places on Earth at extreme latitudes that already have longer growing seasons, and use less energy to provide heat in winter.  There will also be …

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Public School Curricula

  • Tuesday 2nd November 2021
I agree with this, but it’s easy to see where it could be a “hot button” issue with some parents, i.e., dim-witted ones.  Even if the content of the meme here weren’t true, think of how fabulously impractical it would …

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Take a Cool Guess—The Fun Quiz on Renewable Energy and Environmental Sustainability. Today’s Topic:  Halloween Costumes Can Be Environmentally Inspired

  • Monday 1st November 2021
Question: While we’re on the subject of environmentally inspired Halloween costumes, how do you interpret this one? Answer: Can be found at Clean Energy Answers. Relevance: Note: Young people care deeply about this stuff.  

From Guest Blogger Sonya Harris: Three Things You Didn’t Know About Recycling (But You Should)

  • Monday 1st November 2021
Did you realize that nearly 90% of American businesses participate in some form of recycling? For most business owners, recycling is something they do to reduce the carbon footprint their business has. The key to having success with a companywide …

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Why Trump Is Losing His Grasp

  • Monday 1st November 2021
The existence of principled conservative intellectuals, people like Bill Kristol and George Will, is one of the key forces that are hard at work forcibly removing Donald Trump from the American political scene.  Yes, there are tens of millions of …

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Things We Don’t Want Include Presidents Who Lie, and, Of Course, Oil Spills

  • Monday 1st November 2021
It’s not uncommon for Halloween costumes to take on themes from current events. I was in college during Watergate, Richard Nixon masks were all the rage. I love the kid here dressed as an oil spill. Sadly, this is a …

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What Effect Do U.S. Presidents Have on Gas Prices?

  • Monday 1st November 2021
A reader reacted to my recent post centering around energy analyst Robert Rapier’s explanation of the role that U.S. presidents play in determining the price of gas.  She writes: “I am sure the price of gas is a complicated issue, …

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Environmentally Responsible People Are Happy People

  • Sunday 31st October 2021
Here’s a bar chart of the grid-mix in the OECD countries. Note the correspondence between the nations at the top of the graph and those at the top of the world happiness rankings. The seven happiest countries, in order, are …

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