These 12 US states now get most of their electricity from renewables

These states also dominate the electricity affordability rankings.

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For the time being, the US is a laggard when it comes to the adoption of zero-emission vehicles.
In March, prices dipped to just €19.26 per megawatt hour in Portugal as renewables covered 91% of the country's electricity needs.
That's up from 73% in the same quarter last year, according to the grid operator.
Emissions from electricity production plunged 24% year on year.
"Fossil expansion is not compatible with the Paris Agreement's goal of keeping temperature rises below 1.5°C."
The policy is similar to the contracts for difference (CfD) programmes that governments have used to help roll out renewables in many parts of the world.

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