Wind and solar projects in Texas have avoided $20 million per day in fuel costs to meet electricity demand.
Nearly 28 million Americans across 12 states now live in a jurisdiction where local policies favor fossil fuel-free, healthy buildings.
After multiple destructive hurricanes, The Bahamas has become a model on how islands can become more resilient and reduce generation costs.
Doubling down on fossil fuels is a misguided and costly way to try to avoid the kinds of grid issues now being faced in Texas.
America has a once-in-a-generation opportunity to lower costs and establish global leadership on climate and clean energy by focusing on regional strategies.
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