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In the 04/15/2021 edition:

It Was an Old Apple Orchard. Now It Could Be the Future of Clean Hydrogen Energy in Washington State

Billions of dollars are being invested globally in clean hydrogen development. But massive amounts of electricity would be required to make the clean-burning fuel, extracted from water, a building block of the 21st century low-carbon economy.

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and The Seattle Times.



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Inside Clean Energy: The Rooftop Solar Income Gap Is (Slowly) Shrinking

Research shows that falling costs are helping to make solar accessible to people with lower incomes.

One of the most common arguments against subsidizing rooftop solar is that the benefits mostly go to affluent households that don’t need any help.



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DeSantis Recognizes the Threat Posed by Climate Change, but Hasn’t Embraced Reducing Carbon Emissions

Environmentalists are relieved the Trump-allied Florida governor isn’t a climate denier. Still, they criticize his opposition to renewables and say his climate record is half-baked.

This article is the result of a partnership between Inside Climate News and WMFE Orlando, a member of ICN’s National Reporting Network-Southeast.



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