The U.S. is witnessing significant shifts in policies impacting distributed solar projects, ranging from small residential installations to large-scale projects.
The Colorado Energy Office and the state Department of Local Affairs have received a $17.2 million federal grant to enhance the resilience and reliability.
The article discusses the impact of the Inflation Reduction Act (IRA) on community solar programs in the United States one year after its passage.
In this article by Bill McKibben, published in The New Yorker on September 22, 2023, the author discusses the Biden Administration's upcoming decision.
On September 15, 2023, the state of California filed a significant lawsuit against major oil companies, including Exxon Mobil, Shell, BP, ConocoPhillips, and Chevron.
An analysis by the independent market monitor revealed that the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT)'s recent effort to ensure grid reliability.
On September 7, 2023, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), responsible for the state's power grid, issued an urgent request for residents to reduce their electricity
Amid an intense heatwave, natural gas and coal power plants in Texas are struggling to meet the high demand for electricity.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has taken steps to revoke Alabama's coal ash permitting plan, citing its inadequacy in protecting rivers and drinking water
Eight environmental leaders are urging Maryland energy regulators to provide more transparency on the state's renewable energy program and how financial credits are allocated
Clayton Yeko and Guillermo Gomez, business development managers at Scale Microgrids, advocate for the implementation of microgrids in tribal communities to address energy challeng
Discussion the challenges and inequalities in achieving sustainable mobility in the United States.
Several oil and gas companies, including major players in the industry, are financially supporting projects aimed at removing carbon dioxide directly from the air and storing it
Stephen Schima, Senior Legislative Counsel at Earthjustice's Policy and Legislation team, discusses the importance of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in shaping a jus
Biden-Harris Administration Launches $7 Billion Solar for All Grant Competition to Fund Residential Solar Programs that Lower Energy Costs for Families and Advance Environmental
DOE Energy Justice to the People Roadshow Gains Momentum in Port Arthur, TX and Lake Charles, LA
Networks of thousands of home-based batteries could be key to a cleaner, more reliable electricity system.
The global average price for solar panels has peaked and is now falling, contributing to the affordability of clean energy.
Historically Black colleges and universities (HBCUs) are actively contributing to clean energy research and promoting diversity in the field.
The U.S. electric grid is composed of three separate grids - one in the West, one in the East, and one in Texas - that have limited interconnections and little power sharing.
Environmental groups, including Public Citizen and Rainforest Action Network, are launching a campaign to pressure insurance companies to stop covering liquefied natural gas (LNG)
Article examines the different conceptualizations of value by utilities, regulators, and energy justice advocates and how they contribute to the pricing of energy and racialize
After more than 15 years, the nation’s largest clean energy transmission project has been given the green light.
Three Texas oil & gas industry sites that caught fire had long violation records.
Legislatures in a dozen states have passed “right of first refusal” laws that freeze out competition in transmission line projects, raising concerns about higher energy costs.
Natural gas pipeline developers are pressing Congress and US energy regulators to speed up the permitting process as a way to build more projects that deliver energy to the Easter
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) is moving towards a faster review process for natural gas pipelines and LNG export terminals, ending the backlog of projects.
South Africa President Cyril Ramaphosa proclaimed a "state of emergency" due to daily power disruptions of up to 10 hours. The outages are caused by an aged network.
According to a new report led by former Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz and sponsored by some of the nation's largest energy companies and a Bill Gates-founded group.
Wind, solar, and nuclear energy contributed over 40% of the Texas' power in 2022. Texas wind turbines and solar panels have strong "complementarity."
According to recent research by Energy Innovation, it would be less expensive to construct new renewable energy capacity than to continue running the vast majority.
The proposed Rio Grande LNG, situated on pristine wetlands between Port Isabel and the city of Brownsville is claimed by developer NextDecade.
Community solar projects include the building of huge photovoltaic (PV) systems, the net outputs of which are subsequently allocated to consumers in other areas.
Geothermal energy is mostly utilized to heat swimming pools, buildings, greenhouses, and urban heating systems across the globe. Boreholes up to 5,000 meters deep are used to
The EPA has suggested increasing the federal Renewable Fuel Standard's mandated requirements. The 2005 program regulates how much renewable fuels including corn-based
A pledge to reduce the usage of coal was made last year at COP26 in Glasgow, the first time in 30 years of climate change conferences that a resolution on fossil fuels had been..
Melanie Oldham, founder of Citizens for Clean Air & Clean Water of Freeport and Brazoria County, spoke against the proposed Sea Port Oil Terminal (SPOT).
What will be the state's second-largest solar farm will be spread over 1,500 acres in rural Fort Bend County.