Abstracts of 30 Peer-Reviewed Published Journal Articles Supporting the Result That the Electric Grid can Stay Stable with Electricity Provided by 100% or Near-100% Renewable Energy

Abstracts of 30 Peer-Reviewed Published Journal Articles Supporting the Result That the Electric Grid can Stay Stable with Electricity Provided by 100% or Near-100% Renewable Energy February 10, 2018 https://web.stanford.edu/group/efmh/jacobson/Articles/I/CombiningRenew/100PercentPaperAbstracts.pdf Further… Switching to electric cars is key to fixing America’s ‘critically insufficient’ climate policies Dana Nuccitelli Mon 22 Jan 2018  read full GuardianUK article here Nearly 60% of US carbon pollution comes …

Study: a 100% RE-based system is feasible and a real policy option at a modest cost. Wind, solar, and electric grid interconnections to reduce storage are least cost choices

A Techno-Economic Study of an Entirely Renewable Energy-Based Power Supply for North America for 2030 Conditions Arman Aghahosseini * ID , Dmitrii Bogdanov and Christian Breyer ID Department of Electrical Engineering, School of Energy Systems, Lappeenranta University of Technology, Skinnarilankatu 34, Lappeenranta 53850, Finland; dmitrii.bogdanov@lut.fi (D.B.); christian.breyer@lut.fi (C.B.) * Correspondence: arman.aghahosseini@lut.fi; Tel.: +358-41-3697925 Received: 29 June 2017; Accepted: 3 August …

Hawaiian mayors commit to transform Hawaiʻi’s public and private ground transportation to 100 percent renewable fuel sources by 2045

By Rob Kinslow, Hawaiian Reporter, 21 Dec 2017 In Waiʻanae, west O`ahu, islanders from all counties came together today on the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hōkūleʻa to commit to another major renewable energy goal: 100% ground transportation In Waiʻanae, west O`ahu island leaders from the City and County of Honolulu, Maui County, Hawaiʻi County and Kauaʻi County came together today on the Polynesian voyaging canoe Hōkūleʻa …

San Diego and the Plan for 100% Renewable Energy

By Austin Schoonmaker | January 12, 2018 San Diego Entertainer As we move further into the 21st century, it has become increasingly important for renewable sources of energy to become more widely used. Fossil fuels and crude oil are non-renewable, and with the growing population and the need for energy, supplies will continue to dwindle. Currently, the United States relies on heavily on …

California aims for clean mobility

Clean Technica January 20th, 2018 by Nicolas Zart   Love the state or hate it, California is a green electric mobility bastion of projects, programs, and innovations. And the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) just approved no less than 15 utility pilot programs to accelerate the widespread electrification of mobility. California Continues On Its Electric Mobility Roadmap We pay a lot of taxes in California. But some …

Pueblo’s goal to go 100% and respond to needs of low income customers

CLEAN ENERGY BATTLEGROUNDS With Energy and Justice for All:  The city of Pueblo wants to go all-in on renewables. Low-income residents want affordable rates. Can they work together?  By Nathanael Johnson on Jan 9, 2018  The first things you see driving down from the Rocky Mountains into Pueblo, Colorado, are smoke stacks. Three big ones sprout from the Comanche coal plant at …

Maryland introduces bill to move state to 100% clean energy by 2035

In Annapolis on Tuesday, the day before the 2018 Maryland General Assembly Session, representatives from Food and Water Watch, Energy Justice Network, Physicians for Social Responsibility and Montgomery County’s Sugarloaf Citizens Association gathered to call for the state’s General Assembly to pass a bill that would move the state to 100% clean energy by 2035. SPEAKER: We are proud to …

Planning for adaptation rather than mitigation of the amount of climate change in store on the current track is a fantasy

January 14th, 2018 by Zachary Shahan on Clean Technica Zachary Shahan is a graduate of UNC-Chapel Hill Planning Dept.  He is the editor of Clean Technica and the Director of Important Media publications  We had an article last week about the threat to the Florida real estate market that is coming our way from continued heating of the globe, rising sea levels, increased flooding, and …