RMI writes in CleanTechninca on a recent clean energy development in Nebraska.
- Nebraska has recently approved a plan to transition to net-zero emissions across its energy sector.
- Clean energy is no longer a partisan issue, with recent polling showing strong support across party lines.
- The Rocky Mountain Institute estimates that clean energy projects could create $1.4 billion in lifetime revenues to Nebraska’s rural economies.
“Wind and solar projects built this decade could deliver more than $1.4 billion in lifetime revenues to Nebraska’s rural economy, according to an RMI analysis — and the new net-zero commitments may increase that total.”
Read the full article here.