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A Red State Goes Green — Why Texas Is Adding So Much Solar
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A Red State Goes Green — Why Texas Is Adding So Much Solar

“The thing that makes solar so appealing is that land and labor are cheap in Texas, and permits to turn on solar are easier to get in Texas. Reduced regulation in Texas means it is easier to build projects and get permission to sell power on the grid. It is easier to try new innovative things.”

Mitsubishi Eyes Great Lakes for Offshore Wind Development
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Mitsubishi Eyes Great Lakes for Offshore Wind Development

The Great Lakes are a geographically unique location for offshore wind. The region does not experience the extreme weather that is seen on the East Coast, and there are major cities all along the Lakes. Additionally, electricity grids, ports, and other infrastructure from retired coal plants still exist which could be useful for these wind projects.

Walmart Sets Goal to Become a Regenerative Company
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Walmart Sets Goal to Become a Regenerative Company

"The commitments we’re making today not only aim to decarbonize Walmart’s global operations, they also put us on the path to becoming a regenerative company – one that works to restore, renew and replenish in addition to preserving our planet, and encourages others to do the same."

Ocean Energy Is Vital To The Low Carbon 2.0 Energy Transition
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Ocean Energy Is Vital To The Low Carbon 2.0 Energy Transition

“One of the most promising untapped resources can be found in the ocean. While ocean currents flow at only 15%-20% of typical wind farm wind speeds, the density of water—approximately 800 times greater than air—yields much higher energy from these flows.”

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