President Biden has signed into law the bipartisan infrastructure bill. Here’s what it means for clean energy.
With this historic bill, our country is on the path to reduce the carbon pollution that drives climate change while creating jobs and opportunity for all. And Minnesotans will feel these impacts.
UPDATE 10/15/2021: While negotiations continue on a budget reconciliation package in Washington DC, there are increasingly dire signals that the Clean Electricity Payment Program is in serious trouble.
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.
The Biden-Harris Administration has announced it is proposing to reinstate states’ authority to adopt stronger tailpipe pollution standards under the Clean Air Act.
White House published its ambitious—and totally achievable—American Jobs Plan, the backbone of which is clean energy jobs and infrastructure.