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What are Carbon Offsets? | Transformation Holdings

Do Offsets Really Help Further Clean Energy Goals?

Millions of tons of carbon dioxide are emitted every year from activities like air travel, infrastructure, shipping, production, and more. Carbon offsetting is the idea that you can pay money to compensate for your own carbon footprint or emissions output.

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What is PURPA?

The Public Utility Regulatory Policies Act, also known as “PURPA”, was enacted in 1978 in response to the energy crisis with oil expecting to rise to over $100 per barrel.

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Sustainable Impact: Investing in New Life

How sustainable technology starts with impact investing

The United Nations state that “in order to prevent warming past 1.5 degrees Celsius and extreme climate change, we will need to reach net-zero emissions by 2050”. This goal paves the way for technological developments that help protect the environment and has raised the interest of many investors.

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Oil & Gas For 2020—Follow The Money

The third rail of energy policy for every elected official in Washington D.C. is that no one is re-elected if the price at pump or the price at the electricity meter increases. Not Republicans. Not Democrats.

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The arthmetic of fracking

The Arithmetic Of Fracking

Could a ban on fracking happen? Would it benefit the nation? Democratic presidential candidates and some incumbent officeholders have recently called for a ban on the hydraulic fracturing of oil and gas wells, which is used to boost recovery from shale formations. On Forbes.com

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Transition Lines: PG&E Blackouts

The PG&E Blackouts: California’s Regulated Crisis

Pacific Gas & Electric, the largest utility in California, is cutting electricity to hundreds of thousands of customers to stave off the possibility of sparking another Camp Fire. The blackouts are the correct response by PG&E. The potential cost in lives lost and billions of dollars in devastation are too great when weighed against relatively little lost revenue. On Forbes.com

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