Main Image Transmission And Renewables
Main Image Transmission And Renewables
Main Image Transmission And Renewables
Main Image Transmission And Renewables
Main Image Transmission And Renewables

Transmission investment can pave the way to a carbon-neutral future in the U. S.

April 19, 2023
To reduce the nation’s carbon footprint and meet greenhouse gas (GHG) emission goals, we need to implement large-scale carbon-free generation resources and reduce the number of internal combustion engines on our roads.

The Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions inventory showed the United States produced over 6.6 billion metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalents (MMT CO2 Eq) in 2018. To decrease these emissions, many U.S. states have developed GHG reduction goals. To achieve these goals states will not only have to dramatically increase generation from carbon-free sources, like hydro, wind and solar, but also develop a robust transmission network to get the energy from where it is generated to where it is needed in a reliable and economic way.

Download this free white paper to learn how transmission investments and grid planning can pave the way to a carbon-neutral future in North America.        

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