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Decarbon Daily - Issue for July 14, 2021

Inside this issue

Did you know that states have different renewable objectives? The requirements are established locally and there is little consistency.

A sampling of state requirements:
CA: 44% renewable by 2024; 52% by 2027; 60% by 2030. Also requires 100% clean energy by 2045.
FL: no requirement
IL: 25% renewable by 2025-2026
NJ: 50% renewable by 2030
NY: 70% renewables by 2030; 100% zero-emissions electricity requirement by 2040
TX: 5,880 MW by 2015. 10,000 MW by 2025 (goal; achieved)

Texas generates the most electricity from wind while California generates the most electricity from solar. Each state's incentive programs dictate the power generation used. More on this in an upcoming issue.

Inside this Issue

☀️ States Adopt Renewable Portfolio Standards
💰 SCF Partners Announces Investment in Hydrasun
🔌 Utilities and Clean Energy Groups Battle for Southeast Market
😎Toms River Solar in NJ Goes Live Delivering 28 Megawatts

Articles in this issue

States Adopt Renewable Portfolio Standards

www.ncsl.org
States have been very active in the past year revising their Renewable Portfolio Standards (RPS), which require that a specified percenta...

SCF Partners Announces Investment in Hydrasun

www.businesswire.com
Hydrasun is a recognised market leader in the provision of integrated fluid transfer, power and control solutions. We are focused on sup...

Utilities and Clean Energy Groups Battle for Southeast Market

www.canarymedia.com
Why are clean energy groups and big corporate electricity buyers so opposed to a plan to create the first regional energy-trading market ...

Toms River Solar in NJ Goes Live Delivering 28 Megawatts

www.edf-re.com
EDF Renewables North America (EDFR) and the Renewable Power business within Goldman Sachs Asset Management (Goldman Sachs) today announce...

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