7/23/15: Carbon Confederacy by Terry Tamminen

As recent news focused on stories and commentary about removing the Confederate battle flag from public property, there has been a little-watched movement by secessionists of a different stripe. 

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6/15/15: Utilities Going Small? by Terry Tamminen

Last month in Rio de Janeiro, I spoke at a conference of the non-profit Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP), which may be the most disruptive and subversive organization you’ve probably never heard of.

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4/21/15: The Second Coming of Solar by Terry Tamminen

For nearly half a century, homeowners and utilities have mounted solar panels on rooftops and in massive generation projects in the desert. 
 

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4/13/15: Water, Water Everywhere by Terry Tamminen

By now you’ve heard about the epic drought threatening every California water user, from almond growers to swimming pool owners, resulting in mandatory cutbacks and ostracism from neighbors for being the last on the block with a green lawn. 

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3/9/15: Smoke Gets in Your Eyes by Terry Tamminen

Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) recently urged states to join those already “refusing to go along” with USEPA regulations that would cut air pollution from coal fired power plants.

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7/23/15: Carbon Confederacy by Terry Tamminen

As recent news focused on stories and commentary about removing the Confederate battle flag from public property, there has been a little-watched movement by secessionists of a different stripe. 

 
6/15/15: Utilities Going Small? by Terry Tamminen

Last month in Rio de Janeiro, I spoke at a conference of the non-profit Global Sustainable Electricity Partnership (GSEP), which may be the most disruptive and subversive organization you’ve probably never heard of.

 
4/21/15: The Second Coming of Solar by Terry Tamminen

For nearly half a century, homeowners and utilities have mounted solar panels on rooftops and in massive generation projects in the desert.