Hurricane Beryl Hit His Home. Solar Power Kept His Lights On.

Brent McNiel's home in Richmond, Texas, remained powered during Hurricane Beryl thanks to his solar and battery system from Sunrun Solar.

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Federal Agency Approves Tennessee Pipeline Through Communities of Color, Raising Costs and Environmental Concerns

The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) has greenlit a significant methane gas pipeline project through predominantly Black and brown communities in Tennessee, raising environmental

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KHOU 11 Investigates: How Much Did CenterPoint Spend on Tree Maintenance Last Year?

CenterPoint Energy spent significantly less on tree maintenance compared to other utilities serving Greater Houston.

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Mapped: The Deadly U.S. Heat Wave Marches On

A record-breaking heat wave continues to afflict the U.S., particularly the East and West, with forecasts predicting its spread to the Southeast.

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FEMA Will Now Consider Climate Change When It Rebuilds After Floods

FEMA is revising its disaster rules to incorporate climate change impacts when rebuilding after floods.

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The Critical Role Trees Play During Heat Waves

Carlos Claussell Velez discusses the significant impact of trees in mitigating the effects of urban heat islands, particularly during heat waves.

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In a First, a Solar Microgrid Will Directly Power an Industrial Plant

Timet’s new titanium production facility in Ravenswood, West Virginia, will be the first industrial plant in the U.S. powered by a solar microgrid.

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Old Pipes Cause Texas Cities to Lose Tens of Billions of Gallons of Water Each Year

Aging water infrastructure in Texas's major cities is leading to significant water loss, with approximately 88 billion gallons wasted in the past year.

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