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The Clean Energy Standard Act of 2019: Is the Timing Right for This Clean Policy?

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Jennifer Delony is the producer of ZeroNetFifty.Jennifer is a writer and editor specializing in trade publishing. Most recently, she worked as the associate editor for PennWell's Renewable Energy...

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In this episode of the Zero Net Fifty podcast, we delve into Renewable Portfolio Standards – what’s the latest from states; who is taking aim at them and why; and is it the right time for the US to adopt a national clean energy standard? Plus, we discuss the importance of Washington state’s new law on HFCs. With Joel Stronberg.

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Matt Chester on May 20, 2019

As frustrated as I am about the pushback clean energy policy gets on the federal level, the great work done by so many states in their own RPS's and other clean energy mandates means we've no reason to hit the panic button yet. Governors and mayors alone are likely to be responsible for the U.S. reaching Paris Agreement goals, even if the President won't agree to do so

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