NorthWestern Energy recently announced plans to eliminate their carbon emissions by 2050. President and Chief Operating Officer Brian Bird explained the company’s approach and why it decided to set a deadline nearly thirty years from now.
NorthWestern Energy recently announced a new goal of net-zero carbon emissions by the year 2050 despite two new natural gas-fired power plants currently in the works. President and Chief Operating Officer Brian Bird explains these plants were kept in consideration when setting this goal.
NorthWestern Energy is increasing its efforts to reduce carbon emissions entirely by the year 2050. President and Chief Financial Officer Brian Bird says this deadline was set due in part to implementing technology that is not yet developed.