Clean energy

A new clean energy future is possible, but only if we work together to make it happen.

We can generate the power we need without polluting our air or destroying our climate. It’s time to transition away from polluting fossil fuels and instead choose wind, solar, electric and other clean, safe sources of energy. Momentum is building, and the technology we need in order to transition away from fossil fuels is better and cheaper than ever. Together, we can overcome the industry interests blocking progress and get our leaders to make the investments necessary to achieve a clean energy future.

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On March 29, 2022, for a brief moment, more of America’s electricity came from wind power than from coal and nuclear plants combined.

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Wind isn't the only renewable power source that can make our electricity mix cleaner. Electric school buses have the potential to bring even greater benefits when equipped with technology that allows them to deliver power to buildings and back to the grid.

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New Report: President Biden’s first year in office marks progress on numerous environmental fronts

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New Report: President Biden’s first year in office marks progress on numerous environmental fronts

Following years of rollbacks, President Joe Biden began his term nearly a year ago amidst unprecedented environmental and public health challenges. Despite these obstacles, his administration has made significant strides toward restoring lost environmental protections and confronting daunting threats to our climate and public health, according to a new report by Environment America Research & Policy Center and U.S. PIRG Education Fund. 

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New report: More than one in six Americans experienced greater than 100 days of polluted air in 2020

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New report: More than one in six Americans experienced greater than 100 days of polluted air in 2020

More than one in six Americans, 58.4 million people, suffered through more than 100 days of elevated air pollution in 2020, according to a new report from Environment America Research & Policy Center, Frontier Group and U.S. PIRG Education Fund. Air pollution increases the risk of premature death, asthma attacks, cancer and other adverse health impacts. 

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