Here are five recommended reads for today (9/22/14).
- Greentech Media reports, “In the newest version of its comprehensive LCOE analysis of energy technologies, Lazard finds that a wide variety of renewables are, in some cases, directly competitive with coal, gas and nuclear without federal tax support.”
- According to the Washington Post: “For 140 years, the Rockefellers were the oil industry’s first family, scions of a business empire that spawned companies called Exxon, Mobil, Amoco and Chevron. So it was no trivial matter when a group of Rockefeller heirs decided recently to begin severing financial ties to fossil fuels.”
- The Wall Street Journal reports: “India is planning an upgrade to its solar-energy infrastructure and will soon invite bids for the development of solar parks. The federal administration in New Delhi and five state governments will work to set up 25 solar parks, which could increase the total installed solar capacity by nearly 10 times nationwide to about 20,000 megawatts…”
- The Washington Post has an article discussing “The coming era of unlimited — and free — clean energy.”
- Climate Progress reports, “More Than 310,000 People Descend On New York To March For Climate Action.”