Strong demand from automakers is driving the first wave of hydrogen-powered plants producing iron for steel production.
After Democratic cap-and-trade bills faltered in the face of GOP revolts, an electricity-focused, consensus-driven bill gains ground in Oregon.
A surge in retired EV batteries is helping to eliminate second-life EV battery storage hurdles, just in time to help meet clean energy mandates.
To bridge the $500 billion resilience gap, utilities must prioritize mutual benefits and collaboration with stakeholders.
Yotta Energy thinks batteries could become as common as microinverters on commercial solar rooftops, and has built in thermal safety features to win over skeptics.
The funding seeks to empower 1 billion of the estimated 2.5 billion who lack access to reliable electricity.
Investing in wind and solar is all the rage. But what other cleantech categories are catching the eye of investors in 2021?
FERC tackles the thorny problem of interstate transmission planning.