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A highway turnoff for an oil field in Xinjiang

An Old Enemy: The Regressive Tendencies of American Foreign Policy

January 4, 2022 by Shannon Twiss

by Hunter Wiand, Staff Contributor

For years a CIA-linked think tank has covered Xinjiang. The current human rights crisis in the region may present a serendipitous moment for cynics in the American foreign policy establishment to pursue an old, familiar agenda.

Installation of a rooftop solar photovoltaic system. Image by Greens MPs via Flickr.

So Long, Solar? The Future of Net Energy Metering in California Will Soon Be Decided

October 19, 2021 by Vyasa Babu Energy Renewable Energy State and Local

By Jaclyn Lee, Staff Contributor
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In September 2021, the California Public Utilities Commission (CPUC) began its highly anticipated proceeding to reevaluate the state’s net energy metering successor (NEM 2.0) tariff. Expected no later than January 2022, the decision from the national leader in solar electricity production could have far-reaching impacts on the future of customer-owned solar generation and battery storage.