Talking Points about Energy, Environment and Climate Change
Curated by Bob Kihslinger
"Renewable energy is poised to reach a milestone as a new government report projects that wind, solar and other renewable sources will exceed one-fourth of the country’s electricity generation for the first time, in 2024."
Inside Climate News
Developers plan to add 54.5 gigawatts (GW) of new utility-scale electric-generating capacity to the U.S. power grid in 2023. More than half of this capacity will be solar power (54%), followed by battery storage (17%). EIA
People of Climate Change
"More than four in ten registered voters who voted in the 2022 election (45%) say global warming was either “the single most important issue” (2%) or “one of several important issues” (43%) to them when they decided how they would vote."
Yale Climate Change Communication
Yale Climate Connections