- Brian 06/06/2023
This is great news! We need to keep researching and investing in sustainable energies like solar to reduce our pollution and greenhouse gas output to stop the climate crisis.
I'm glad to hear investments are going in the clean direction, and I hope more financial institutions go this way.
- LeslieG 06/07/2023
While it's good that investment is up, renewables only account for 12% of all energy consumption in the US so there is lots of catch up needed.
- Larry 06/06/2023
Get the government out of this. Let's let consumers and industry choose. May the best tech win. In many case it will vary depending on application, so let's get the one size fits all government approach off the table. Let's stop government from subsidizing their favorite to the detriment of possibly better sources
- Bruce 06/06/2023
The U.S.A. produced more fossil fuels than ever before last year. Since 2018, the U.S.A. has been the world's largest producer of petroleum/oil and natural gas. President Biden has sold more oil and gas leases than Trump ever did...
We will see whether any of these clean energy puduction facilities actually get built.
I can guarantee fossil fuel production will continue to climb--and that is a very dangerous plan.
- Gdbondii 06/06/2023
We need to do more and the tough part is convincing the oil companies to get involved.
- Steph 06/07/2023
No, the USA is NOT! Of course, this is because too many lawmakers and policy makers or paid off by Big Oil!
- Joan 06/06/2023
Oil companies are pressuring lawmakers not to promote clean energy. The American people want clean air and water. We do not want the environment destroyed. It's time to realize that our resources are finite and we need to conserve and save the planet.
- George 06/06/2023
Unfortunately those old white men and greedy big oil does not support my generation millennials who care about climate change
- MrGeer 06/06/2023
Bidens doing an awfull job on this...
we need renewable, sustainable energy now, and end the use of fossil fuels.
- Lyn Z 06/06/2023
Wont be enough until fossil fuel is at a very low point and on its way out altogether.
- Jean 06/06/2023
CAUSES ASKS: "Is the U.S. doing enough to invest in low-emission technology?" ME: No -- we're way behind the curve when it comes to developing clean energy alternatives. Biden has made a start -- over magagop objections -- but there's a long ways to go.
- John 06/06/2023
It we are to transition to electric vehicles, then the government better hurry up and build a massive amount of charging stations across the country.
Unfortunately, Republicans resist the development of green energy just as they still favor the fossil fuel industry and deny climate change.
- SigmaTriz 06/06/2023
The Government has access to technology that could eliminate Carbon Dioxide emissions (U.S. Patent 8,674,373 and ignores it)
- Dawn 06/06/2023
Obviously we can't do it all at once, but we damned sure need to get started on more options in more locations NOW!