Last week, the Climate Change Interagency Council presented to Gov. Roy Cooper its final clean energy plan to the governor.
“I’m committed to fighting climate change and securing more clean energy jobs for our state and these plans help us do both,” said Cooper. “Our state is taking strong action to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and grow renewable energy sources, which will create jobs and support innovation.”
In anticipation of the presentation, Gov. Cooper declared September 22-27 to be Clean Energy Week, and he and members of his cabinet took the new plan on the road across the state.
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