2020 will be known as the year Utilities Embraced their role In Decarbonization
- Feb 7, 2020 11:36 pm GMT
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In 2030, at the end of this decade, we’ll look back to 2020 as the year utilities fully embraced the powerful role they can play in the decarbonization of the economy. We are already seeing the shift. In the past two years, major utilities like Duke Energy and Xcel Energy have announced zero carbon goals. These bellwethers are just the beginning. As customers and policymakers increasingly prioritize clean and distributed energy resources, what near-term steps will utilities take to meet these changing demands?
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