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EPA's Clean Power Plan Means Wisconsin Jobs and Growth

The Clean Power Plan will help tackle climate change by bringing existing power plants up to modern standards. Currently, coal-fired power plants in the United States emit as much carbon dioxide as all the nation's cars, trucks and planes combined. Encouraging renewable energy development will result in business growth, job creation, cleaner air and a quicker path to energy independence. >>View Article 

It's Time to Pass a Carbon Tax

If I could pass one energy policy for the U.S., I would put a price on carbon emissions. There is no silver bullet for making the transition to clean energy—we need many policy changes at the national, state and local levels. Assigning a price to carbon, however, would likely have more impact than any other single thing we could do. >>View Article 

Benefits of Solar Panels Clear After Two Years

By installing solar, we have already avoided over 16 tons of CO2 emissions. We feel seriously good about doing our part to avoid contributing to climate change and the lung and heart damaging pollutants generated by the coal-fired power plants the Washington area relies upon. >>View Article 

Let's Even the Playing Field for Renewable Energy

What is the most cost-effective way to subsidize investment in renewable energy sources? The word “subsidy” is loaded with connotations that the government is “picking winners” when it provides support to certain energy industries and not to others. Instead, the question should be, “What is the most cost-effective way to level the playing field for renewable energy?” >>View Article 


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