Set a goal, make a plan, and take action. It sounds like a phrase from a book of motivational sayings, but that's effectively what stakeholders are doing to advance ambitious clean energy policy in states across the nation.
To that end, Massachusetts lawmakers are moving forward a bold plan to reach 100 percent renewable energy, New York has released a road map to deploy 1,500 megawatts of energy storage, and Nevada's clean energy industry has a road map to add 92,000 new jobs. Meanwhile, Northeast utility National Grid has published a plan for how to reduce carbon emissions by 80 percent.
In this week's State Bulletin, we take a look at recent state-level plans to accelerate cleantech adoption and cut emissions.