Requiring state Public Utility Commissions and regulated utilities to work together in the development and approval of transportation electrification plans.
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Provides for ending new leasing of federal land for fossil fuel extraction in both the onshore and offshore environments.
Permitting homeowners to install chargers at street curbs and to have exclusive access to parking beside those stations for nightly recharging of registered EVs.
Providing a template for local governments to amend their zoning regulations to make biogas production facilities a contemplated and accepted use, which would make development of such facilities quicker and less costly.
Would require new or significantly altered commercial, industrial, or multi-family residential buildings to be equipped with the installation of Level 2 electric vehicle supply equipment in proximity to parking spaces.
Proposes an expansion in the scope of tax-exempt private activity bonds to include a wide variety of decarbonizing activities and projects.
Model legislation based on California’s proposed SB 687, which would have established a renewable gas standard requiring an average carbon intensity reduction of 1% in 2020, increasing to 10% by 2030.
Requiring all ships to track and then report all greenhouse gases emitted from the last port of call to the U.S. port of call, requiring that information to be made public, and supporting the development of efficiency rankings
This Model Grant of Conservation Easement and Declaration of Covenants was developed by the Pennsylvania Land Trust Association, and adapted by our team to enhance terms that promote biologic carbon sequestration.
Model state electric decarbonization statute based on 2019 legislation enacted in Washington State, which commits that state to a retail electricity supply entirely free of greenhouse gas emissions by 2045.