This March 30 story details tension within the United States'
, swirling around whether and how the program should target resources to communities at greatest risk of damage from severe weather and energy poverty.
The Inflation Reduction Act blazes miles upon miles of trail with clear markers in what had been overgrown backcountry. And the inconclusive recent climate negotiations that the United Nations sponsored in Egypt work as charcoal-gray clouds overhead. Where are attentive capitalists placing investment now that scale is possible and challenges...
This November 17 dispatch from a British tabloid reads out some state treasurers' claim that businesses will suffer under a proposed rule that requires them to tell investors how they're managing the energy transition.
Putting the news in context sometimes requires a beat and a pinpoint. In this column, CEFF's editor focuses on how local officials responding to local pressures govern how far and how fast renewable projects can deploy in any economic context.