Renewable energy policies were on ballots across the country in the recent election, with a handful of states making an effort to transition to cleaner energy sources in efforts to combat climate change effects.


A new city sales tax is intended to rain roughly $36M annually, with funds allocated to renewable energy job creation, clean tech, natural resources management, and new solar and battery storage projects.


Nevada is on track to reach 50% renewable energy capacity by 2030.


Columbus, Ohio is set to be powered 100% by renewable sources by 2023.


WEC Energy group plans to cease 1,400 MW of coal by 2025 while adding 800 MW of solar, 600 MW of battery storage and 100 MW of wind power. Read more here.  

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