Corporate-Led U.S. Climate Alliance to Support the Paris Climate Agreement

President Trump announced on June 1st that the United States would withdraw from the Paris climate agreement, thus fulfilling a major campaign promise but raising concerns around the globe about efforts to curb climate change, as well as concerns by U.S. corporates about the significant potential for missed economic opportunity.

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When the Sun Goes Down: A California Policy Designed to Promote Clean Energy

Solar panels generate electricity when the sun is shining, but electricity demand during “peak hours” can sometimes occur between the hours of 6 pm and 9 pm.  This means that electricity consumers may require a higher load at a time of the day when solar panels are producing less energy. 

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