July 26 — Nations around the world are doubling down on renewable energy. Last week, Japan announced it is raising its 2030 green energy goals – aiming for 36 to 38% of the country’s power coming from renewables. And earlier this month, the European Union made a similar commitment, aiming to reach 40% renewable power by 2030. But where does the U.S. stand when it comes to prioritizing renewable energy sources?
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Jul 28, 2021 | News Roundup