Tai, Davis discuss pathway to 100% renewable energy for Pa.
NEW HOPE, Aug. 2 – State Reps. Helen Tai and Tina Davis, both D-Bucks, held a joint event with PennEnvironment to discuss H.B. 2132, legislation that would set a goal of transitioning to 100 percent renewable energy by 2050.
PennEnvironment’s 100% Renewable Energy Campaign: Bucks County Renewable Energy on Tap was held at Triumph Brewing Co. Area residents were invited to hear from renewable energy advocates about how they could incorporate renewable energy into their home life, work or business and about progress made to transition to renewable energy within the state.
“With the support of my fellow legislators for H.B. 2132 and the collective efforts among advocates, we are truly paving the pathway for 100 percent renewable energy by 2050,” Tai said. “We have made significant strides toward renewable energy across our state, and this event was an opportunity to share with Pennsylvanians our next steps and how they can become involved.”
“Bucks County Renewable Energy on Tap was a great chance to come together and discuss the future of renewable energy and how we can further develop and incentivize it to protect our precious natural resources,” Davis said. “The push for renewable energy would allow Pennsylvania to become a leader in this exciting and fast growing sector of our economy.”