# Green energy
16 States Join Lawsuit Against United States Postal Service Over Proposed Gas-Powered Fleet
Attorneys general from 16 states and at least three major metropolitan areas, including New York City, San Francisco, and Washington, DC, filed multiple lawsuits against the United States Postal Service (USPS) on Thursday.
New York State’s Electronic Power Prowess to be Featured at New York International Auto Show
A shot of several skyscrapers at night in Manhattan, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently announced the inclusion of New York State’s electric vehicle programs and an EV test track powered by the New York Power Authority's EVolve NY high-speed chargers at the New York International Auto Show opening at the Javits Center in Manhattan, New York starting on Friday, April 15.
New York State Becomes Top Community Solar Market in U.S.
The sun shines down on ARTPark in Lewiston, New York.Photo by J.M. Lesinski. New York State Governor Kathy Hochul recently revealed that New York state is now the top community solar market in the United States, pushing further towards her climate goal to achieve 70% of the state’s electricity from renewable resources by 2030.
NIPSCO Has Lots of Renewable Projects on Deck
Renewable projects are happening all over northern Indiana right now as one of the state’s largest utility companies flips the switch from coal to sustainable sources of energy. The Northern Indiana Public Service Company (NIPSCO) has many different wind and solar construction projects in the works that are expected to ultimately lower the costs for customers.
Opinion: Independence From Russian Oil Means Transition to Clean Energy
A greener future may be coming sooner rather than later.(@YangPhoto/iStock) As the Russian-Ukrainian War wages on, the prices of oil by the barrel continue to fluctuate. Mentions of peace talks bring the price per barrel down as talks of war bring prices up. This disproportion of prices has only continued to create uncertainty.
Can You De-Risk Your Portfolio by Investing in Diversified Mining Companies During the Great Transition?
DISCLAIMER: The author of this article holds stock in one or more of the above companies mentioned above and regularly does her due diligence to understand each of those companies, the markets they serve, their impact on the environment and their individual competitive landscapes. This article is meant to inform and educate. It does not and should not constitute financial advice, as the author believes it is ultimately up to the reader to conduct his or her own analysis before making any investment into any company either now or later.
Join the solar co-op and get solar panels for cheap or even free
Hazelwood Initiative has partnered with Solar United Neighbors to help residents get cheap or free solar panels and EV charging stations. Homeowners who want to lower their electric bills, help the environment and keep the lights on during outages can join the co-op to buy solar panels. Bulk buying, as in a co-op, is by far the least expensive way to get solar panels. Participants receive lots of guidance from the nonprofit solar experts at SUN to help them make an informed decision about going solar.
Denver geothermal firm gets federal money to produce electricity from old oil field
A warning sign on a tank at the Nevada operations where Transitional Energy will produce electricity from aging oil wells.(Photo courtesy of Transitional Energy) (Denver, Colo.) A Front Range clean energy startup has been selected to receive millions in federal money for a project that will use hot water from oil wells to generate electricity.
Kanawha County, West Virginia demos electric school buses
Last week, some Kanawha County students climbed aboard a school bus unlike any they had seen before. The front of the bus was flush with the windshield, the floor did not rumble beneath their feet, and the entire ride was powered by a single battery.