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Local government are blocking the expansion of wind and solar energy generation across the US

Local government across the US, particularly North Carolina, Kentucky, Connecticut, Vermont and Tennessee, are using their power to slow the spread of renewable energy generation.
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  • Gorffly mokua

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    This is very concerning! Such actions can hinder progress towards a more sustainable future, and prevent the growth of a crucial sector of the economy.⚠⚠

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    • Rashid Kamau

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      They should note that extended implementation of renewable energy technologies is vital to limit global warming.

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      • Rukia Ahmed Abdi

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        Shame on these governments. The world cannot afford to lose even a minute in the push ti transition to green energy⚡ 🌲🌳🌴

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        • Elizabeth Gathigia

          4 w

          This is absurd, the faster we transit to renewable energies the better for the safety of our mother nature

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          • Gorffly mokua

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            @elizbeth_gathigia The national government should intervene Asap!✔💚

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          • George Kariuki

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            This is so frustrating! Local governments shouldn't stand in the way of clean energy progress. Wind and solar are key to reaching climate goals, and we need to make it easier, not harder, to build them.

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