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Salt Lake City ranks among nation’s solar leaders

Salt Lake City ranked eleventh nationwide for solar energy capacity per capita, landing it among the nation’s leaders for installing clean energy from the sun. The results come from the sixth edition of Shining Cities 2019: The Top U.S. Cities for Solar Energy, a new report released today by Environment America Research & Policy Center. It is the most comprehensive survey available of installed solar capacity in major U.S. cities.

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New Orleans ranked No. 13 among nation’s solar leaders

New Orleans ranked 13th nationwide for solar energy capacity per capita, landing it among the nation’s leaders for installing clean energy from the sun. The results come from the sixth edition of Shining Cities: The Top U.S. Cities for Solar Energy, a new report released today by Environment America Research & Policy Center. It is the most comprehensive survey available of installed solar capacity in major U.S. cities.

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Indianapolis ranked No. 7 among nation’s solar leaders

Indianapolis ranked seventh nationwide for solar energy capacity per capita, landing it among the nation’s leaders for installing clean energy from the sun. The results come from the sixth edition of Shining Cities: The Top U.S. Cities for Solar Energy, a new report released today by Environment America Research & Policy Center. It is the most comprehensive survey available of installed solar capacity in major U.S. cities.

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Climate Action Now Act moves forward

Members of the House Foreign Affairs Committee voted 24-16 today in favor of H.R. 9 “The Climate Action Now” Act.  This is the final step in moving this critical legislation, which boasts more than 190 co-sponsors, to the House floor.

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Statement: California files federal lawsuit on Clean Car Standards

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration filed a federal lawsuit today calling for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to reveal the underlying data and analysis behind their proposed rollback of the federal Clean Car Standards.

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