Green Energy Group Trying To Ban Gas Stoves Has China Ties

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Blue natural gas flame on a domestic cooker gas hob. (Photo by: Arterra/Universal Images Group via Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The Rocky Mountain Institute, the green energy group behind the call to ban gas stoves, is on a mission to demand “systemic change and an economy-wide transformation” to address the climate crisis.
  • The Colorado-based non-profit has a history of working with Communist China.
  • Wei Ding, the founder and chairman of the Chinese private equity firm Broad River Capital who was previously a chairman of a partially state-owned investment bank, sits on the Institute’s board. 

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