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Covering the transition to a clean energy economy
ELECTRIFICATION: While heat pumps are gaining popularity as a clean, efficient HVAC solution, cost concerns and the work involved in electrifying homes and buildings remain a barrier. (Utility Dive)
POLITICS: Democratic senators look to find common ground with Republicans who’ve introduced a bill to levy fees on imports from countries with high carbon emissions. (E&E News)
SOLAR: The U.S. Energy Department will spend $440 million to install solar panels in Puerto Rico, an investment it says will lower energy costs for as many as 40,000 families. (The Hill)
WORKFORCE: Amazon, PepsiCo, and other major companies launch a “Clean Energy Procurement Academy” that aims to give companies in their supply chains the technical skills needed to transition to clean energy. (Utility Dive)
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