In Kansas and Missouri, critics say the “energy choice” legislation is in direct conflict with cities’ commitments to transition from fossil fuels.
State energy officials conclude that eliminating emissions in two decades is feasible and affordable, but it will require changes from grid operator ISO New England.
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Arlington County, Virginia, will cover at least 80% of electricity for its operations from a 120-megawatt solar farm that it will share with Amazon.
Platte River Power Authority expects fully eliminating emissions will require more distributed resources and changes to how it manages peak demand.
The council is tasked with creating plans to reduce emissions by 40% by 2030 and 80% by 2050 from 1990 levels.