“Local energy” in 2021

Phew. 2020 was a year, for so many reasons. With attention fixated on the global pandemic and a contentious U.S. […]

Electric Vehicles

“Local energy” in 2021

Phew. 2020 was a year, for so many reasons. With attention fixated on the global pandemic and a contentious U.S. […]

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Time to get off the sidelines and into the game

Quick—how does your state or region make its electricity? If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably not sure. For most […]

Energy transition

Time to get off the sidelines and into the game

Quick—how does your state or region make its electricity? If you’re like most Americans, you’re probably not sure. For most […]

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2020: The good, the bad, and the ugly

On the whole, 2020 will undoubtedly go down in history as a total dumpster fire. But from the perspective of […]

Energy transition

2020: The good, the bad, and the ugly

On the whole, 2020 will undoubtedly go down in history as a total dumpster fire. But from the perspective of […]

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EV interest is growing—state policy can help

Earlier this year, a record 41 percent of drivers in the U.S. said they would consider choosing a non-gas-powered car […]

Electric Vehicles

EV interest is growing—state policy can help

Earlier this year, a record 41 percent of drivers in the U.S. said they would consider choosing a non-gas-powered car […]

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The state of EVs in Virginia

Like many aspects of America’s transition to clean energy, the state of electric vehicle adoption varies widely by state. On […]

Electric Vehicles

The state of EVs in Virginia

Like many aspects of America’s transition to clean energy, the state of electric vehicle adoption varies widely by state. On […]

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5 Things I Learned From Buying A Used Electric Car

Due to the popularity of certain electric luxury sedans and SUVs, electric cars have the reputation of being expensive and […]

Electric Vehicles

5 Things I Learned From Buying A Used Electric Car

Due to the popularity of certain electric luxury sedans and SUVs, electric cars have the reputation of being expensive and […]

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The absurd truth about fossil fuel subsidies

By now, it’s abundantly clear that we need to transition to a clean energy system at “wartime mobilization” speed. But […]

Power Industry

The absurd truth about fossil fuel subsidies

By now, it’s abundantly clear that we need to transition to a clean energy system at “wartime mobilization” speed. But […]

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Solar success in the Midwest

An important part of Generation180’s Solar for All Schools campaign involves amplifying the successful work happening in communities around the […]

Solar Schools

Solar success in the Midwest

An important part of Generation180’s Solar for All Schools campaign involves amplifying the successful work happening in communities around the […]

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Breathing easier with EVs

When people talk about the benefits of switching to electric vehicles (EVs), there’s a huge opportunity that’s often overlooked: the […]

Electric Vehicles

Breathing easier with EVs

When people talk about the benefits of switching to electric vehicles (EVs), there’s a huge opportunity that’s often overlooked: the […]

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What Biden’s win means for climate & clean energy

Now that we know the actual outcome of the election, let’s talk about how a Biden administration might impact our […]

Uncategorized

What Biden’s win means for climate & clean energy

Now that we know the actual outcome of the election, let’s talk about how a Biden administration might impact our […]

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Climate justice work is racial justice work

While it isn’t news to those who have lived through it for decades, many (mostly white) Americans are just now […]

Uncategorized

Climate justice work is racial justice work

While it isn’t news to those who have lived through it for decades, many (mostly white) Americans are just now […]

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Voting for clean energy—with style

One of our favorite elements of the Vote Clean Energy 2020 campaign is the art initiative, which involved us selecting […]

Politics

Voting for clean energy—with style

One of our favorite elements of the Vote Clean Energy 2020 campaign is the art initiative, which involved us selecting […]

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