With electric vehicles (EVs) hitting U.S. streets in record numbers, a new study by Environment Montana Research & Policy Center and Frontier Group highlights best practices to help local officials make their cities as EV-friendly as possible.
According to a new white paper released today by Environment Montana, the rapid growth of less expensive wind and solar energy, combined with a 100-fold decline in battery costs since the 1990s, has led to a six-fold increase in energy storage capacity (excluding pumped hydropower) over the past decade.
Today, the Trump administration took its first step toward rolling back the EPA’s Clean Power Plan by announcing a move to replace this critical program that cuts power plant pollution. Environment America released the following statement in response:
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