Read some reports about how renewable energy is progressing such as how solar photovoltaics and storage systems are becoming cheaper per watt.

One decade ago, a solar PV module cost about $2.50 per watt. Today, an entire utility-scale PV system costs about $1 per watt. How was this possible? Click here to learn more.

The Sustainable Development Solutions Network was launched in December 2018 with the mission to implement the Sustainable Development Goals in the US by building and mobilizing a national network of academic institutions. The priority on energy and climate work originated during discussions at the SDSN USA launch, in response to a need for an actionable national strategy for a just transition to achieve net zero emissions by 2050. Read more by clicking here.

FREE is a non-profit, international organization established to promote a better future based on energy, water and materials conservation, renewable energy use, environmental resilience, and sustainable livelihoods. FREE has made selected publications important to energy and environmental issues free to view. Check out their publications here.

 The National Academics of Science, Engineering, and Medicine want to help policymakers, businesses, communities, and the public better understand what a net-zero transition would mean for the U.S. so they have convened a committee of experts to investigate this and have created a report which you can read by clicking here.