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Biden says East Coast fuel shortages to end in days as pipeline reopens

U.S. President Joe Biden on Thursday reassured U.S. motorists that fuel supplies should start returning to normal this weekend, even as more filling stations ran out of gasoline across the Southeast nearly a week after a cyber attack on the nation’s top fuel pipeline.

Source: Reuters

WA Gov. Inslee vetoes 2030 gas car ban, citing road usage fee concerns

Washington state’s 2030 gas car ban is no more, due to a partial veto by Washington Governor Jay Inslee. He had been expected to sign the bill this morning, but vetoed the 100% EV plan stating that “achieving a goal of 100% electric vehicles is too important to tie to the implementation of a separate policy like the road usage charge.”

Source: Electrek

PosiGen spurs solar ownership and environmental justice for low-income homeowners

PosiGen just won $27 million in venture capital to scale its solar and efficiency business aimed at low- to moderate-income households. That funding is critical to the environmental justice mission embodied by the firm's staff and clients.

Source: Canary Media

Court lifts injunction on Central Maine transmission corridor project

An appeals court has declined to issue an injunction blocking construction of part of a transmission corridor that will bring electricity generated by hydroelectric plants in Quebec to Lewiston, where it will be fed into the New England power grid.

Source: Portland Press Herald

How solar power could go dark in South Dakota

A South Dakota power company’s efforts to get customers using alternative energy sources to “pay their fair share” has advocates of renewables saying it would end up darkening solar energy across the state.

Source: KELO

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