Some utility companies are racing to be carbon neutral

Scott Tong Jul 26, 2019
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A windfarm is seen in 2006 near Palm Springs, California. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)

Some utility companies are racing to be carbon neutral

Scott Tong Jul 26, 2019
A windfarm is seen in 2006 near Palm Springs, California. Gabriel Bouys/AFP/Getty Images)
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PSEG, a New Jersey utility company, has pledged to be carbon neutral by 2050. Others have more ambitions plans: to get to that goal within a decade or two, rather than three decades like PSEG. Utility companies are increasingly having to adjust to the zero-emissions reality of their future. And it’s becoming something of a race.

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