WORLD'S FIRST RENEWABLE ENERGY RETAIL STORE
Being a Y Energy Store ® Partner is a lifetime commitment
Y Energy Store’s success is directly tied to the passion and drive that our Licensee’s bring renewable education to their local businesses and consumer markets. That's why we take great care in selecting who we go into business with, getting to know candidates through our intensive and lengthy selection process.
Licensees spend their time and resources to build the Y Energy Store brand and create a incredible legacy that began with our founder, John Rustin. We share in Rustin’s vision to be a positive influence on the people and communities we serve with a stewardship towards our given earth.
Licensing is not an opportunity for passive financial investment, working from the sidelines, or adding to a portfolio of business ventures. This business opportunity is a hands-on, life commitment to own and operate a renewable retail education store. It often requires long hours and leading a team of self employed agents mostly working part time.
It’s hard work – but it’s exceedingly rewarding to help reduce our carbon foot as people on earth.
America benefits tremendously from a clean electricity system
Making progress toward power-sector decarbonization will reduce the damages from climate change: extreme weather, heat-related illness and deaths, reduced agricultural productivity, and more. Power sector decarbonization will also deliver significant health and related economic benefits, enhance energy security by reducing the impact of oil and natural gas price volatility on American households, improve social equity and justice, and support good-paying jobs in new and emerging industries.
A recent analysis concludes that 100% clean electricity1 by 2035, with accelerated electrification, can:
: • Reduce economy-wide energy-related GHG emissions by 2.4 gigatons in 2035—equivalent to a 62% reduction relative to 2005 levels.
• Avoid an estimated $200 billion per year in climate damages by 2035, from reduced power sector emissions.
• Reduce health damages from power-sector pollution by at least $40 billion per year in 2035, and avoid a total of at least 45,000 premature deaths in the United States through 2035
The combined value of these climate and health benefits significantly exceeds the power-sector costs, with benefit-to-cost ratios from 2.2 to 4.8, with the total value of net benefits from 2023-2035 ranging from $900 billion to $1.3 trillion .
united nations mandates
To limit global warming to 1.5°C, greenhouse gas emissions must peak before 2025 at the latest and decline 43% by 2030.
EV AUTOMOTIVE INDUSTRY UPDATE
In December 2021, the Biden Administration issued an Executive Order calling for most federal vehicle purchases to be zero-emission vehicles (such as electric vehicles) by 2035. This order affects about 380,000 federal vehicles as they need to be replaced.
Agencies may need to acquire about 30,000 zero-emission vehicles each year to meet future fleet requirements.
To support widespread electric vehicle use, the federal government may also need over 100,000 charging ports. As of August 2022, federal agencies owned and operated only about 4,000 charging ports.
UNITED STATES MANDATES INFRASTRUCTURE ACT