Exciting clean energy for all news this week from our friends in Colorado, Maryland, Nevada, and Washington – as well as in New Mexico, where Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation putting New Mexico on the path to 100% clean energy by 2045!
It’s official. New Mexico’s energy framework will never be the same – the Energy Transition Act is now law. The potential for New Mexico to be a national leader in renewable energy has always been there. Starting now, we are leading. pic.twitter.com/KyAY59aqcn
— Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham (@GovMLG) March 22, 2019
This is a big deal: @KCBecker, @Jackson4CO, @FaithWinterCO + @COSenWilliams sponsor #HB1261, a bill to address #climatechange and cut carbon in Colorado. This is our chance to #ActOnClimate and craft nationally leading policy. #copolitics https://t.co/V9K4rgfiNp
— ConservationColorado (@ConservationCO) March 22, 2019
Big news: the Senate just passed the Maryland Clean Energy Jobs Act! Thank you to all those committed to helping fight climate change while expanding jobs. Special thanks to Sen. @BrianJFeldman for his leadership and @SenatorSarah for standing up for this critical bill. pic.twitter.com/VP5STTSltS
— Maryland LCV (@MDLCV) March 20, 2019
BREAKING: @LVchrisbrooks just introduced #SB358. This bill will raise #Nevada‘s Renewable Portfolio Standard to 50% by 2030. More #cleanenergy means more jobs and less pollution! pic.twitter.com/XlYPZOyHEo
— NV Conservation League (@NVconservation) March 19, 2019
BREAKING: The Clean Buildings Bill just passed out of #waleg House Appropriations Committee, now on its way to the House floor! Did you know that buildings make up 27% of greenhouse gas emissions in WA? We must act today in order to achieve climate goals in decades to come. pic.twitter.com/yohcF3r9ju
— WEC (@wecprotects) March 19, 2019
The movement to reject dirty fossil fuels and embrace clean energy continues to grow!