Utility Leaders See Path To Lower GHGs Amid Increased Power Demand

November 30, 2021
Electric utility executives say investments to significantly reduce the industry’s greenhouse gas emissions could boost grid reliability and benefit consumers with affordable, cleaner energy sources, signaling the industry’s relative comfort with the Biden administration’s near-term climate goals for the power sector. Utility officials were at this month’s international climate talks to argue “the critical role that clean electricity can play in helping achieve that nationwide and economywide” goal for reducing GHGs, “both in the power generation supply and getting that...

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