July 03, 2024

Lisa Marshall NYers For Clean Power On Slow Climate Action By NYS

NYSERDA, the state’s energy agency, recently admitted that the state is moving too slowly to reach its goal of having 70% of its electricity to come from renewable energy by 2030. This highlights the need for the state (NYPA) to start building renewable energy. Lisa Marshall of New Yorkers for Clean Power discusses the overall problems with the Hochul administration and the state legislature in implementing the state’s climate plan, including its failure to pass the NY Heat Act. With Mark Dunlea for Hudson Mohawk Magazine.

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