So far, Biden’s Green Energy plan is making progress. It looks like your next car might as well be an electric car or solar panels in your neighborhood. Read on to see what the deal is.
Green Energy Plan
President Biden announced that he will revive the Paris Agreement, an international group dedicated to a better environment, worldwide. $5.5 billion dollars will go towards cleaner energy for our country. This plan involves methane gas, road infrastructure, electricity, and more. So, hopefully, we will be living in greener homes, driving eco-friendly cars, and our public buildings will be more environmentally friendly. For starters, it will address greenhouse gases by promising to reduce carbon emissions by 50% by 2030. So, by pushing for electric cars and vehicles, we will reduce harmful emissions. Electric streetcars will become more common for inner-city transportation. Charging stations for electric cars are popping up here and there. Then, the plan also covers protection from extreme weather, which is a product of climate change. Therefore, infrastructure like our electricity grids will get an upgrade. Airplanes will somehow become more fuel-efficient and stop leaving chemtrails.
Next, some goals are: zero net carbon emissions by 2050, residential clean energy in ten years, and thousands of new jobs. Also, they promise carbon-free electricity plants by 2035. Solar panels will help with that. Little things, such as reducing plastic and paper manufacturing & recycling are also in the works. Here is the official fact sheet if you are interested in more details about the plan. If the deal follows through, this will be the biggest climate-tackling bill in US history. We will keep you updated as we find out more.
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