California Utilities: $54 Million For EV Chargers At Schools, Parks, & Beaches — CleanTechnica Interview

Credit to Author: Cynthia Shahan| Date: Sat, 09 Nov 2019 01:17:23 +0000

EV Charging | Cynthia Shahan | CleanTechnicaA barrier to EV adoption is lack of education about the convenience and affordability of electric cars. Visuals educate immediately. Spotting EV chargers at schools, parks, and beaches is a significant way many people are alerted to EVs becoming affordable, reliable, and mainstream

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US & Canada Have To Overcome Patchwork Regulations In Low-Carbon Transformation – Part 2

Credit to Author: Michael Barnard| Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2019 17:59:36 +0000

This regulatory patchwork of federal, sub-national, and urban regulatory processes, incentives, and fines is dealt with today by local offices, and by hiring local engineers and architects for local efforts so that they can smooth the alignment

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The Fastest Growing Source of Global Emissions: Transport

Credit to Author: Cynthia Shahan| Date: Tue, 05 Nov 2019 04:00:34 +0000

The multidimensional aspects of a situation are sometimes quite hard to grasp. Take a situation that involves one’s health, one’s transit, and commuting habits. How does travel, whether around the neighborhood, to the store, to visit family, or to commute to a job matter? It matters quite a bit in coexistence

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Public vs. Private: The Debate Continues

Credit to Author: POWER| Date: Fri, 01 Nov 2019 05:01:54 +0000

The post Public vs. Private: The Debate Continues appeared first on POWER Magazine.

In the September issue of POWER , I wrote about a public utility (JEA) that is exploring privatization, and in October, I looked at a city (Boulder, Colorado) that is exploring municipalization. While I think

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How Can We Help Those Affected By The California Wildfires?

Credit to Author: Johnna Crider| Date: Thu, 31 Oct 2019 23:00:14 +0000

Every year it seems that California has these insane wildfires that are making people and animals homeless. This year is no different, except it seems worse. Every day, there seems to have been a new fire reported. CNN just reported that 26,000 people have been evacuated due to the Easy Fire. This wildfire has burned at least 1,300 acres and could jump Highway 23. Ventura County Sheriff Bill Ayoub told CNN at a news conference that there were intense firefighting conditions. They actually had to ground fixed-wing aircraft because of the high winds, with gusts up to 65 miles an hour. For those who are unaware, that’s almost the wind speed of a Category 1 hurricane

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