Carbon Counselor Blog

  • Professor Plans National Adoption of 100% Renewables

    Two university researchers have developed a comprehensive plan to shift the U.S. to 100 percent renewables by 2050.

    The study, “100% Clean and Renewable Wind, Water and Sunlight All-sector Energy Roadmaps for the 50 United States”, examines the use of coal, gas, nuclear, oil, and renewables under business-as-usual conditions across ...

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  • Canada Reaches Wind Capacity Milestone

    Canadian-wind-turbineCanada reached 10,000 megawatts of installed wind capacity, thanks to the commission of a project in southwestern Ontario. With the K2 Wind Power Project coming online, Canadian leaders say the country is positioned as a global energy leader, with more wind energy capacity installed in the last five years than any ...

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  • Clean Energy Investment Initiative Surpasses Goal

    More than $4 billion has been raised from foundations, institutions, and long-term investors to push the total amount of the Clean Energy Investment Initiative to more than double the initial request.

    The funds, from organizations including the Sierra Club, the Clean Energy Trust, Goldman Sachs, and the University of California, ...

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  • Iowa Town Seeking Energy Independence

    A streetscape project in the little town of Bloomfield, Iowa, has snowballed into an energy independence movement.

    The town, population 2,640, has decaying streets and sidewalks in its downtown area.  The firm hired to fix up the downtown suggested installing a ground-source heat pump to serve buildings on the town ...

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  • Georgia Leads Nation in Clean-Energy Jobs

    Looking for a job in clean energy?  Then Georgia may be the place for you.

    The Peach State was the No. 1 creator of jobs in the clean-energy sector, according to Environmental Entrepreneurs, a nonpartisan consortium of businesses and investors promoting environmental policies.

    Georgia can thank its growing solar industry ...

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