Here are five recommended reads for today (10/7/14).
- RenewEconomy discusses "How battery storage costs could plunge below $100/kWh."
- Climate Progress explains "Why Solar Power Is Taking Off At Airports Across The Country."
- The Hill reports: "The Supreme Court declined Monday to hear a business group’s claim that the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) 2008 rules for ground-level ozone are too strict. The Monday decision leaves intact the 75 parts-per-billion ozone standard put in place by the Bush administration, lowered from the previous 80 parts per billion."
- Greentech Media asks an interesting question: "Regulation of Telecom and Electric Power: Divergent History, Common Future?"
- FuelFix reports, "A proposed $5 billion pipeline that would deliver natural gas to the Southeast is finding pockets of opposition along its planned path in West Virginia and Virginia, where it would carve through two national forests."