If it were ranked as an independent country, the Midwest would be the fifth largest emitter in the world. Let’s dive into a few reasons why.
As our electricity grows cleaner, we must invest in deep decarbonization, or electrification, of our residential multifamily buildings—a move good for under-resourced households and Minnesota’s climate goals.
Fresh Energy’s Gas Decarbonization program is the first of its kind in the state and will be pivotal to moving toward a future where buildings and industries are powered by clean electricity instead of fossil gas.
Today, the Biden-Harris Administration will announce an unprecedented goal for half of all passenger vehicles sold by 2030 to be battery-electric, plug-in hybrid, or fuel cell-powered. The administration also proposed an update to federal tailpipe emissions standards alongside this news.
Today, Minnesota officially became the newest clean cars state when Governor Tim Walz signed Clean Cars Minnesota into law.
Electric vehicle batteries, both their materials and production, are being vigorously debated and analyzed by news media and lawmakers alike. To make sense of it all, we decided to wade in and pull out what you need to know.