Chicago, Illinois (WTVO) — Governor JB Pritzker committed Illinois to a 100% carbon-free transmission network by 2045, bringing the state to President Joe Biden’s clean energy agenda with net zero carbon. Will sign a bill to reach. Emissions before 2050.
Eleven Republicans, in collaboration with 72 Democrats in the House of Representatives, approved Governor JB Pritzkar’s large-scale climate change response and cast 83-33 votes in support of Thursday night’s plans.
NS Legislation on page 958 Offering $ 4,000 rebates to those who buy electric cars, closing all private coal and oil-fired power plants within nine years, leaving methane-emitting natural gas power plants open for another 24 years Benefit coal-fired power plants to be closed or “100% carbon-free” by the end of 2045. Coal-fired power plants in both municipalities also need to limit total carbon emissions to 45% by 2035. , One of the power generation units should be shut down within 3 years.
The plan will give Exelon $ 964 million to keep the Byron and Dresden power plants up and running.
The Byron plant has been in operation since 1985. With the passage of the clean energy planl Continue operation until 2028..
Live: Pritzker signs clean energy law to make Illinois’ power grid carbon-free by 2045
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