This April 15 press release from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab signals a 49% potential drop in levelized costs of wind energy by 2050, with larger turbines likely and a lot of policy levers on which to pull with force.
This April 15 story snaps the ongoing flow from fossil-fuel production to clean-power production. It also tees up the challenge of hiring workers from the coal business for the healthier work of generating solar electricity.
This April 9 report suggests a spotlight for innovators in regions where oil and gas firms hold political sway, as Energy Secretary Jennifer Granholm promises to tie infrastructure incentives to those regions' support.
This April 9 prescription for boosting city economies locks in density as a desirable condition. Since large numbers of people boost economies of scale for solar and wind power, we see an argument for financing new supply.
This April 6 explainer on President Biden's electric-vehicle plan details how it envisions grants and incentives to makers of charging infrastructure- and pays attention to supporting transmission, too.
As more corporate leaders try to scrub carbon from their brands, more credit risk is flowing into power purchase agreements. In these deals, which involve an "offtaker" contracting to buy power from a solar developer, some developers are looking beyond traditional corporate partners. New partners can include participants in community...
Months after power supplies froze in Texas, rancor between fossil-fuel defenders and renewable advocates has yet to cool off. New Jersey's officials have been working to boost clean energy generation in the state without crimping the grid's reliability. A consulting firm's proposing a new kind of wholesale market to achieve...