Energy and Clean Technology Alert: States Define the Future of Renewable Electricity Use


Recent actions in the U.S. Congress, in combination with actions over the last decade in a majority of states, have made it clear that, in the years ahead, an increasingly greater share of the electricity consumed in the United States will be produced using renewable fuels. If enacted, energy legislation now under consideration in both the U.S. House and Senate would create minimum requirements for the use of renewably generated electricity throughout the United States, and would allow states to maintain or enact their own requirements in excess of the federal standards.

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