15 Onshore Clean Energy Projects Advancing11-08-23 | News

15 Onshore Clean Energy Projects Advancing

Will Power Millions of Homes
by Staff

Taking these steps to develop renewable energy, helps the U.S. be one step closer to a 100% clean energy grid by 2035.

At the Western Governors Association Winter meeting, Secretary of the Interior, Deb Haaland announced that the Department of the Interior is advancing 15 onshore renewable energy projects across the West. This will help progress the country towards the goal of developing a 100% clean electricity grid by 2035.


Meanwhile, the Bureau of Land Management is assisting in achieving full operational status for two solar and battery storage projects in California, permitting transmission lines proposed across Arizona, Nevada, and Utah, geothermal energy development in Nevada, and seven solar project's environmental reviews in Nevada.

"The Biden-Harris administration is committed to expanding clean energy development to address climate change, enhance America's energy security and create good-paying union jobs. The projects we are advancing today will add enough clean energy to the grid to power millions of homes," said Secretary Deb Haaland. "Through historic investments from President Biden's Investing in America agenda, the Interior Department is helping build modern, resilient climate infrastructure that protects our communities from the worsening impacts of climate change."

The administration is also expanding renewable energy like wind and solar while upholding regulatory environmental guidelines.