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"We would love to have a nationwide moratorium on all utility shut-offs, but every day, turn-offs are happening," Sherrilyn Ifill says.
Wind and solar resources in New England and New York fluctuate. One way to manage this uncertainty is trading with Quebec.
As the risk of wildfire and natural disasters increase with climate change, power disruptions could become more common.
Many suppliers of electrical power are facing the question of when to get to zero emissions, not if they need to get there.
“Fiscal implications: To be determined,” an official summary of the bill reads.
Economics of Disaster
Crews from New York are among those restoring power in Old San Juan.
The mission: Put things back the way they were, including 62,000 telephone poles.
Use less water, share more of it. One Georgia water agency bucks the water wars stereotype.
Renewable energy just overtook coal as the world’s largest source of electricity capacity, but the U.S. still lags. Why is that, and what will it take to bring the U.S. into line with the rest of the world? CORRECTION (Oct.…