North Carolina State researchers find that scooters don’t replace enough car trips to match emissions from manufacturing and redistribution.
The governor and legislature can’t agree on who ultimately controls $92 million in clean transportation money.
Industry groups argue that even batteries that don’t meet the 10-hour threshold still provide the same reliability benefits as fossil fuel power plants.
The recently passed Energy Freedom Act supports a more resilient, clean energy future for South Carolina by supporting solar PV and battery storage technologies.
The proposal would allow state regulators to approve multiyear rate increases based on projected spending.