Xcel Energy looks to stretch solar money by shrinking popular Minnesota rebates

Workers install solar panels on a roof.

The utility is proposing to reduce the size of its Solar Rewards rebates so that it can offer them to more customers. Solar installers and advocates generally support the move but don’t agree on the amount or transition time.

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New Hampshire towns face choices under state’s energy aggregation law

City Hall in downtown Lebanon, New Hampshire.

Some cities are banding together in a new coalition that will help buy cleaner power for members, while others seek out expertise from energy brokers promising more local control.

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Ethiopia to shift from beef to chicken production under updated climate plan

The government is promoting smaller livestock to limit the rise of methane emissions, in a plan that is 80% dependent on international finance

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Canada Makes a Move to Conserve Wetlands and Store Carbon

 

Biden Seeking Pledge for 40% of Car Sales to Be EV by 2030

New Hampshire towns face choices under state’s energy aggregation law

Industry accounts for well over half Louisiana’s carbon dioxide emissions, research shows

Indiana Tests Technology to Charge EVs While They Move

Biden wants to turn America’s auto fleet electric. It’s harder than it seems.

Wildfires are decimating the West and choking the East — it’s time for solutions

Unlike other natural disasters, wildfires endanger the health and well-being of populations near and far. Mitigation strategies could help save lives and protect the environment.