February 1, 2019 by firstname.lastname@example.org
(Source: Electrek) Today in EGEB, China’s attempts to cut coal emissions don’t seem to be working. The bankruptcy of California’s PG&E endangers power purchase agreements with hundreds of suppliers. And New Jersey looks for ways to reduce its high solar costs.
China — the world’s largest coal producer and consumer — enacted numerous regulations in 2010 that aimed to curb coal methane emissions. But a new report from Nature Communications indicates the nation has failed to meet its goals. Read full article….
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