Support for renewable energy has been caught in the crossfire of this political environment.
Energy & Environment
America voted for nature—in states, cities, and towns.
The environmental credibility of transport electrification greatly depends upon the carbon intensity of a country’s electric grid.
Cheap coal facilitates Asia’s rapid modernization, but it also threatens the global climate.
Reports suggest our nation’s energy policy is being devised through backroom deals for the benefit of the oil companies.
The stage is set for a filibuster-proof Keystone proposal.
Our hodgepodge of regional grids is preventing us from transferring large amounts of electricity across the country.
Priority number one must be minimizing the impacts of development in one of America’s last truly wild places.
In many ways, net metering benefits both the utilities and the community.
The phrase “environmental entrepreneur” won’t any longer be considered a contradiction in terms.