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Who Can You Electrify?
Co-founder Phil Coupe talks with climatologist Dr. Cam Wake about the progress we've made in the last decade to reduce warming, and the electrification messaging we still have to do.

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Co-Founder Phil Coupe looks at recent clean energy accelerations across America, from a range of industries including aviation, defense, and concrete.
We Can Make Life Better
Real life heroes prove we CAN make life better for future generations.
Rational Cause for Optimism: Portugal’s Grid Powered by 100% Renewable Energy
Portugal set a record recently. For the first time in history, a nation of 10 million people has been able to rely exclusively on wind, solar and hydropower for 100% of its energy needs for almost a week.
It's Good News That 80% of Americans Drive 40 Miles Per Day
Most Americans can easily charge an electric vehicle.
Peak Demand for Gasoline & Oil is Good News for Climate
More than 25% of total U.S. electricity generation came from renewable sources in the first half of 2023.
Electric Outboards for Clean, Quiet Boating
ReVision co-founder Phil Coupe describes his experience this summer driving a boat retrofitted with an all-electric outboard motor.
Ukraine Brings Unique Solar Perspective to Maine
Solar inspiration from a recent Ukrainian delegation visit to Maine with Co-Founder Phil Coupe.
Clean Energy Innovation in the Face of Geopolitical Conflict
Clean energy innovation is accelerating the inevitable decline of oil, gas and coal, but it will take action from all of us to reach our goals in time.
Rational Cause for Optimism: Goliath Joining David?
Some in the fossil fuel industry might be making the switch to renewable energy.