Published on February 9th, 2019 |
by Steve Hanley by
by by Steve Hanley The American Midwest is becoming a hot bed for renewable energy. Just two years ago, it was the place where Donald Trump was doing his very best dentistry.
First came news, Robert Murray and his merry band of coal baron colleagues are damned. that Indiana ̵
100% Renewable Energy In Illinois
hard work of turning them into reality doesn't get done. Currently, the Illinois Power Agency turns away about 90%, says David Lundy, spokesman for the Path to 100 Coalition.
Lundy Adds the Renewable Energy Expansion to the New Year! average customer's bill and will require no state funding. Fossil fuel proponents can be a good way to get rid of the scars of the air.
Renewables Mean More Jobs For Wisconsin
Wisconsin is another state of the same. Its utility companies spend more than $ 14 billion on other states, especially in Wyoming. What if Wisconsin didn't buy all that energy? That's the question of the county of La Crosse asked by COWS,
David Abel and Katya Spears of COWS create 162,000 new jobs in the state, improve public health, and add $ 570 million
According to the Madison State-Journal, Abel says “The impetus for this whole study was just to figure out what the Wisconsin was. What we find is that it really is all to three. There are no solutions to this problem.
Abel admits the scenario contained in the report about 10% but says that it would be more than offset by investments in energy efficiency. If fact, they consider the combination of renewable energy and energy efficiency. Abel admits will not happen soon. "We're not going to get 100 percent overnight," he says.
But progress always requires a goal first. After that, the goal is to achieve the goal begins. The COWS study is a goal setting exercise that would bring Wisconsin in line with other states like California. Considering the state is currently spending billions each year, it is a good idea to stay in Wisconsin.