- Jan 5, 2023 2:26 pm GMT
Welcome to the monthly digest update that covers the issues that matter to professionals who work in sustainability via the best Energy Central posts on the topic. This digest pulls a few notable articles from the content written by our many experts over the last month, so make sure to return every month for these updates but also be sure to explore other parts of the site to learn more about the various aspects of energy.
Electric Vehicle Sales Are Surging But Net Zero By 2050 Means Policymakers Must Get Into The Fast Lane
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/o/energy-innovation-policy-and-technology-llc/...
For this update, Anand Gopal, the Executive Direct of Strategy and Policy at Energy Innovation: Policy and Technology LLC, looks at the recent influx of people purchasing electric vehicles. While Anand considers this a positive development, he argues that for the United States to make the necessary progress, policymakers need to do more.
Ohio Landowners Win Big on Property Rights
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/og/ohio-landowners-win-big-property-rights
With this post, Energy In Depth, the blog for the Independent Petroleum Association of America, discusses recent legislation that allows for property owners to lease out property adjacent to their property in order to help develop energy and better leverage their property. The fight over this legislation took more than a decade.
RES4Africa and Enel Foundation: A Long-lasting Commitment to Supercharge Africa’s Clean Energy Transition
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/enelfoundation/res4africa-and-enel-foundatio...
In this entry, the Enel Foundation, a group that focuses on clean energy, discusses the work they are doing in Africa with a prominent NGO, RES4Africa, to help create clean energy projects in Africa. This post goes over initiatives in each country. The Entel Foundation is helping train people on the ground to continue these initiatives long-term.
Urgent Emissions Reduction Updates
Link to original article: https://energycentral.com/c/ee/urgent-emissions-reduction-updates
For this blog post, Dennis Roberts, the President of Energy Efficiency Done Right, provides an overview of a United Nations report that discusses where the world stands in reducing carbon emissions. Dennis discusses how the world is still falling short of what they need to accomplish. Dennis provides some ideas on how to meet these goals.
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