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Governor Roy Cooper issued the following statement today on President Biden's clean cars and trucks standards announcement:

Governor Roy Cooper announced today $153 million in loans and grants to help pay for 48 drinking water and wastewater projects statewide.

Ford Porter, Spokesman for Governor Cooper, released a statement on energy legislation being considered in the NC House today.

Today, Governor Roy Cooper appointed Elizabeth Biser to lead the Department of Environmental Quality as Secretary.

Governor Roy Cooper today issued Executive Order No. 218 highlighting North Carolina’s commitment to offshore wind power as the state transitions to a clean energy economy.

Governor Roy Cooper announced today that Dionne Delli-Gatti will serve as North Carolina Clean Energy Director. From this position, Delli-Gatti will work on administrative efforts to promote clean energy in North Carolina including negotiating energy legislation, advancing regulatory efforts, implementing Executive Order 80 and more.

Governor Roy Cooper announced today $282 million in loans and grants to help pay for 94 drinking water and wastewater projects statewide.

Governor Roy Cooper has released the following statement on North Carolina Department of Environmental Quality Secretary Michael Regan's appointment to lead the United States Environmental Protection Agency:

The governors of Maryland, North Carolina, and Virginia today announced a three-state collaboration to advance offshore wind projects in the region and promote the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic United States as a hub for offshore wind energy and industry.

Grants totaling $14.6 million will fund 39 projects to protect North Carolina’s land and water from the mountains to the coast, Governor Roy Cooper announced today.

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