Rollback of fuel efficiency standards would cost consumers billions

Rollback of fuel efficiency standards would cost consumers billions Statement by Therese Langer, ACEEE Transportation Program Director The Trump administration’s plan to roll back clean car standards will force Americans to pay more at the gas pump and increase air pollution that harms our health and the environment. By hitting …

5th Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit-Hamburg, Germany.

5th Operating Specialist Wind Vessels Summit Date: 21st November 2018 – 22nd November 2018 Location: Hamburg – Germany Already on its 5th edition, ACI’s Operating Specialist Wind Vessels 2018 will bring together senior executives and experts from ship owners, vessel operators, service providers, naval architects, renewable energy experts, market analysts and consultants to discuss the latest …

An Electronic Silent Spring – July 2018 Newsletter from Katie Singer

Statement for the United Nations’ July, 2018 High Level Political Forum on Sustainable Development    To be presented by Katie Singer  www.electronicsilentspring.com The Internet’s unintended consequences Internet service has become necessary for family connectedness and educational and economic opportunities. The Internet is the largest thing that humanity has built, yet …

Affordable housing is disappearing; energy efficiency and solar energy can help reverse that trend

  Media Contact: Dawn Selak (202) 507-4043, [email protected] Affordable housing is disappearing; energy efficiency and solar energy can help reverse that trend By Stefen Samarripas, Senior Research Analyst, Local Policy Many low-income individuals and families are finding it increasingly difficult to rent apartments (see here and here), but energy efficiency and solar energy can help …

2018 Green Transition Scoreboard® Media Release

“Our report shows that the best way to capture carbon is still Nature’s way: through proper use of land and forests and we point out that the largest new opportunity is in shifting toward, plant-based diets and salt-loving plants for human food, grown on saltwater on the planet’s 40% of degraded …

Newsletter March 2018

When I started working in the renewable energy sector in the 1990s, renewables were still in their infancy. More than two decades, I have been able to witness the rise of the renewable energy industry, first in Europe and then at the global level. Riding on the momentum of the …