Speaker: Max Wilbert Topic: The Thacker Pass Lithium Mine—Case Study in the Failure of Green Growth Summary: With the rapid growth in the energy storage and electric vehicle industries, demand for […]
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Community solar and storage in California could be a game-changer for clean energy and affordable housing. A coalition is urging regulators to implement the Net Value Billing Tariff (NVBT) to revamp the state’s community solar market and unlock its potential. With the NVBT, California could become a leader in community solar, enabling the development of 8 GW of solar paired with batteries. This expansion would bring cheaper and cleaner power to households that cannot install rooftop solar, including low-income households and renters. The NVBT is different from previous programs as it does not have capacity caps and requires battery installation to help balance the grid.
A new report from RMI, formerly known as the Rocky Mountain Institute, claims that renewable energy — wind and solar — is on track for exponential growth that will lead to a disruption of the electricity sector worldwide this decade.
Discover the potential of geothermal energy in electricity generation and its role in a sustainable energy future. Learn how it compares to other renewable sources and the challenges it faces.