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12 recommended articles and videos in the "State Victories" category.
1.  NC governor vetoes 2 bills, saying they hurt his climate and environment efforts  

2023-10-03

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NC governor vetoes 2 bills, saying they hurt his climate and environment efforts

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2.  In Louisiana, an electoral upset could mean a breakthrough for renewables  

2022-12-13

Grist
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Davante Lewis' victory brings new attention to the importance of public service commissions.

3.  Maryland’s Largest County Just Banned Gas Appliances in Most New Buildings—But Not Without Some Concessions  

2022-12-03

Inside Climate News
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Montgomery County, Maryland, home to more than a million residents, passed landmark legislation this week requiring new residential and commercial buildings to be all-electric—barring some exceptions—starting 2027. While advocates celebrated the significance of the legislation, it came with an asterisk....

4.  California’s 2030 ban on gas heaters opens a new front in the war on fossil fuels  

2022-09-26

Grist
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The first-of-its-kind plan will purge gas from existing buildings, not just new construction.

5.  California To Ban Natural Gas Heaters By 2030  

2022-09-27

Zero Hedge News
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California To Ban Natural Gas Heaters By 2030 Authored by Irina Slav via OilPrice.com, California has made yet another step on its way to complete reliance on renewable energy by banning the use of gas-powered water heaters and furnaces from 2030. The proposal to ban these products was approved unilaterall...

6.  Hawai’i shuts down its last coal plant  

2022-09-06

Grist
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The move is a “major milestone” in the state’s clean energy transition.

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