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PennEnvironment Shows Governor Wolf Valentine’s Day Love for Climate Action

On Friday afternoon, PennEnvironment volunteers delivered a collage of hundreds of photo petition valentines to directors of Governor Wolf’s regional offices asking him “to be Pennsylvania’s climate sweetheart.”

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Statement by PennEnvironment on Philadelphia Energy Campaign Announcement

The Philadelphia Energy Campaign will leverage $1 billion dollars of private and public financing to expand energy efficiency programs and solar energy in Philadelphia.

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Ten Priorities for a Green National Budget

Tomorrow (Tuesday, February 9), the Obama administration will present its last budget to Congress. The first iteration of the must-pass federal budget will be one of the final opportunities the president has to shape his legacy for our air, water, our lands, and our climate.  Together with our national federation at Environment America, we’re calling on the president to include the following ten priorities his budget to help ensure a greener, cleaner, healthier future for Pennsylvania, the country, and the planet.

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Report: wind could produce enough power to reduce as much pollution as 300,000 cars

Carbon pollution equal to that produced by as many as 309,464 cars could be eliminated by 2020 with a moderate growth in wind power in the state.

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Philadelphia trails other cities on solar power

Philadelphia trails dozens of major American cities in solar power, ranking 26th for installed solar capacity in the nation and 41st for per capita solar power, according to a new analysis from the PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center.

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New Report: Wind Energy can Cut Carbon Pollution by More Than 3.6 Million Cars

Wind power is on track to cut as much carbon pollution in Pennsylvania as 4 coal-fired power plants, or 3,689,000 cars produce in a year by 2030, according to a new analysis by the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center.   If wind continues to grow at its current rate nationally, it will be able to supply 30% of our nation’s electricity needs by 2030. 

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Pennsylvania Solar Businesses Ready to Roll with Clean Power

Philadelphia, PA – Days after the Pennsylvania Senate passed legislation creating a roadblock to climate action (HB 2354), dozens of Pennsylvania solar businesses endorsed U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s proposed Clean Power Plan as a way to build Pennsylvania’s economy and fight climate change.

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Senator Casey Announces Support for EPA’s Clean Power Plan


Today Senator Casey made a compelling case for limiting carbon pollution from power plants in front of a room filled with faith leaders, local climate experts, and more than 100 Pennsylvanians. At the event, which took place at Eastern University this afternoon, the Senator officially announced his support for the Clean Power Plan.  

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Senator Casey Announces Support for EPA’s Clean Power Plan


Today Senator Casey made a compelling case for limiting carbon pollution from power plants in front of a room filled with faith leaders, local climate experts, and more than 100 Pennsylvanians. At the event, which took place at Eastern University this afternoon, the Senator officially announced his support for the Clean Power Plan.  

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New Report: Solar Capacity in Pennsylvania Grew by 16% in 2013

Today, PennEnvironment Research & Policy Center released Lighting the Way: The Top Ten States that Helped Drive America’s Solar Boom in 2013, highlighting strong solar growth across the nation including an 16% increase in Pennsylvania in 2013.   

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