Some Bright Spots for Clean Energy in Congressional Funding Package

Posted on December 21, 2020 by Bob Keefe

The 11th hour funding stimulus and spending package from Congress includes some bright spots for clean energy and climate action as we round out an otherwise dark year. It couldn’t come soon enough. American workers and companies are struggling — including those in the business of making our homes, buildings and electricity supplies cleaner. Since the start of […]

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