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Independent Local News Organization

Journalist for nearly a decade with keen interest in local energy policies for cities and national efforts to facilitate a renewable revolution. 

  • Member since 2017
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  • Jun 27, 2021
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Canada and the U.S. team up to produce a study, which comes concludes that the countries would benefit great from partnering up on electricity transmission projects as the grid begins to accept more and more renewably-souced energy. 

"Regional and international cooperation on electricity transmission, as envisioned by the study, can provide significant net economic benefits – up to $180 billion through 2050."

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