Clean Power Alliance | Executive Director, Ted Bardacke on Rejoining Paris Agreement

Clean Power Alliance (CPA) Executive Director appreciated and congratulated President Biden for his Executive Order to rejoin the Paris Agreement.

PHOTO: Paul Gipe, Wind-Works | SouthPasadenan.com News | The San Gorgonio Pass wind farm by the Tehachapi Mountains in the Mojave

Statement from Clean Power Alliance Executive Director, Ted Bardacke on Biden Administration Rejoining Paris Agreement

PHOTO: Courtesy CPA | SouthPasadenan.com News | Ted Bardacke, Executive Director, Clean Power Alliance

On behalf of Clean Power Alliance (CPA), I want to express my profound appreciation and congratulations to President Biden for his Executive Order to rejoin the Paris Agreement. With climate change being one of the most crucial issues facing humanity, it is paramount that our nation be among the leaders in this fight at the global level.

As the nation’s top provider of 100% renewable energy, CPA takes seriously our responsibility to lead at the local level in the creation of sustainable communities by providing renewable power and creating jobs. As a result of CPA customers’ and communities’ collective choices, in the last year alone we avoided more than 890,000* metric tons of greenhouse gas emissions. We stand with you in the fight against climate change and the creation of an equitable low carbon economy.

*Based on 2019 data; 2020 data will be available mid-2021.

Clean Power Alliance (CPA) believes in a clean energy future that is local, where communities are empowered, and customers are given a choice about the source of their energy. CPA serves approximately one million customer accounts and has the most customers on 100% renewable energy rate plans than any other electricity company in the country. Visit www.cleanpoweralliance.org for more information.

 

 

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