A new report from Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) titled “Lights Out? Storm Surge, Blackouts, and How Clean Energy Can Help” shows how climate change is increasing the risk of widespread and persistent blackouts by threatening coastal electric infrastructure.
Until this year, no research had been published about how multifamily building owners across the United States can profitably install solar power and energy storage to make it possible for senior citizens and low-income apartment residents to survive extreme weather. Now, a new study from Clean Energy Group has revealed...
In the United States, microgrids are concentrated in the Northeast, according to Katherine Tweed, a writer at Greentech Media. How can microgrids expand their footprint and reach other regions and cities?
Climate resilience retrofits for affordable multifamily housing are critical to the survival of apartment residents. Jim Newman, principal of Linnean Solutions, said in a workshop at BuildingEnergy 15 on March 4 in Boston that “a lot of people are going to be sheltering in place.”