By now, it’s obvious that the US is not only building the world ‘s largest solar highway but also the worlds largest, cleanest and fastest growing renewable energy network.
But how big will the US actually be?
And how fast will it be built?
It’s one thing to know how big the US will become.
It’s another to see how fast.
That’s what the US Senate is planning to do this week, when it votes on the bill to build a highway that would be the world s largest.
It would be constructed in two phases, starting with the $10 billion to $15 billion project that would create the 1,600-mile (2,200km) Trans-Alaska Highway.
The highway would connect the US mainland to Canada by road and then extend to Alaska, and eventually to the Canadian Pacific coast, and to the Pacific Ocean, where it would be connected to the European Union via the Trans-Siberian Railway (TSR).
The $15bn highway would be built to serve the region from the Pacific to the Atlantic coast and back again, eventually connecting to the new Trans-Mexico Highway (TMI) through a tunnel from Mexico to Texas, the US state of New Mexico, and finally to the Gulf of Mexico via a pipeline that would run between Mexico and Florida.
But first, it needs to be built.
The senators are expected to vote on the measure on Thursday afternoon.
The bill is expected to provide $150 billion in federal funding for the project, which will be funded through a combination of the Highway Trust Fund (HTF), which funds infrastructure projects through the Federal Highway Trust Funds, and the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), which pays for road and bridge projects.
The bill also requires that the Federal Transportation Administration (FHWA) and the Department of Transportation (DOT) develop an environmental assessment and design plan to guide construction.
The project would need $3.2 trillion to be constructed, according to a congressional source, but that figure does not include a cost estimate of $1.5 trillion for the TMI, which would be funded from a combination, in part, of the existing highway trust fund.
In the meantime, the TSF has already allocated about $300 billion in highway funds for projects to support clean energy and sustainable transportation, according the Congressional Research Service.
The TMI is expected be completed by 2025, and it will be completed without the need for new federal infrastructure funding.
But it will cost the US $15.8 trillion, according Reuters.
The TSM will be the largest road and highway network in the world, and is estimated to provide about 300,000 jobs, according Fortune.
The Federal Highway Administration (FFA) has already spent $15 trillion on road projects, and $10 trillion on highway and bridge infrastructure projects in the US, according The Washington Post.
In order to be able to build all the infrastructure on the Trans Pacific Highway (TPP), which is also called the Transatlantic Highway (TT), the US needs to build and maintain a high level of renewable energy production and deployment in order to meet the carbon emission reductions required by the Paris climate accord.
The bill to create the TPP includes a number of provisions that will help achieve these goals.
For starters, the bill allows states to set their own emissions standards for vehicles and light trucks, which means that it will make it easier for new states to join the TPP.
It also includes an incentive program to encourage investment in renewable energy and fuel efficiency technologies, which the senators hope will make a big difference for the region.
The TPP also allows the US to offer tax incentives to states that join, and provides a rebate to new members.
For those states that want to join, the TPP will give them tax credits that range from $1,000 to $20,000 per $1 million of annual greenhouse gas emissions.
The incentives can be used to spur investment in clean energy infrastructure, such as the expansion of renewable power plants or the development of electric vehicle charging infrastructure.
This tax incentive program will also help the US meet its climate goals and reduce emissions.
By 2030, the Obama administration says that the TPP can achieve the equivalent of the US being the world leader in renewable sources of energy, and by 2040, the total annual emission reduction will be 0.2 degrees Celsius (0.8 degrees Fahrenheit) compared to 1990 levels.
So if the bill passes the Senate, it will also ensure that we’re able to continue the transition to a low-carbon economy that benefits all Americans.
The other big provision in the bill is to expand clean energy production, including the development and deployment of solar power.
Currently, about 2% of the energy used in the United States comes from wind and solar, according a report by the Pew Charitable Trusts.
The current subsidies to the fossil fuel industry