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November 18, 2021 | Legal Document

ACT Comments

Comments in support of NY ACT law

November 17, 2021 | Reference

SoCalGas: The Role of Clean Fuels and Gas Infrastructure in Achieving California's Net Zero Climate Goal — Technical appendices

These technical appendices provide additional detail to support the “The Role of Clean Fuels and Gas Infrastructure in Achieving California’s Net Zero Climate Goal” white paper. The following chapters outline the methodology and key assumptions in regard to (A) the economy-wide decarbonization scenario modeling and (B) clean fuels infrastructure implications and costs.

November 17, 2021 | Letter

Joint Comments to NY DEC: Adopt ACT Rule

Environmental groups, health professionals, labor organizations, transportation and environmental justice advocates urge the NY Department of Environmental Conservation to adopt the Advanced Clean Trucks (ACT) Rule. The ACT rule is technically feasible and cost-effective today, and critical for protecting public health, addressing climate change, and developing New York’s clean energy economy. Further, adoption of the ACT rule is a crucial policy to achieve the state’s climate goals, codified in the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act (“CLCPA”), and was a recommendation from the Transportation Advisory Panel to the Climate Action Council as a way to reduce emissions from the transportation sector.

November 15, 2021 | Letter

Joint Comments: 25 Groups Response to IPPNY Petition

Rapidly accelerating the development of renewable energy in New York, including offshore wind, and ensuring that New York’s clean energy is deliverable into New York City are critical near-term priorities to meet the CLCPA’s 2030 deadline.

November 12, 2021 | Press Release

New Mexico Utilities to Invest More than $11 Million in Electric Vehicle Infrastructure and Education Programs

PNM can invest $10 million in a suite of electric vehicle programs, with more than $3 million targeting low- and moderate-income families, a promising first step for delivering the economic and health benefits of electric vehicles to all New Mexicans. The Public Regulation Commission also authorized EPE to invest more than $1.2 million in electric vehicle infrastructure and education in its southern New Mexico territory.

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