September 1, 2023 - WorldOra Carbon News
Electrifying your home is about to get a lot cheaper | Grist Making homes more efficient and more electric is critical to combating climate change. But the undertaking can be expensive and beyond the financial reach of many families.
Help, however, is on the way.
Residential energy use accounts for one-fifth of climate-warming greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. President Biden’s landmark climate bill, the Inflation Reduction Act, takes aim at this issue by allocating $8.8 billion to home energy efficiency rebates primarily for at low- and moderate-income households.
EU Reliance on FF hits Record Low Fossil fuels generated just 33% of the EU’s electricity in the first six months of this year. “Coal and gas are too expensive, too risky, and the EU is cutting them out.”
Largest US community solar panel purchase in history just ... - Electrek Boston-based Nexamp, the US’s largest community solar provider, has placed the largest community solar panel order in US history with solar panel maker Heliene.
This massive order will provide Nexamp access to 1.5 gigawatts (GW) of solar panels, which will be produced at Heliene’s factory in Mountain Iron, Minnesota.
Over the next five years, that 1.5 GW solar panel order will support the development and construction of around 400 new community solar projects across the US. Nexamp expects those projects to deliver electricity bill savings to more than 250,000 US households while increasing the supply of renewable energy on the grid.