U.S. climate law will help electrify more USPS mail trucks
We need gargantuan investment in EV charging stations. Where will the money come from?
Governments, utilities, automakers and charging companies are pitching in, but securing the tens of billions needed still won’t be easy.
California takes bold steps to make electricity the fuel of choice for new buildings
A first-of-its-kind building code will create strong incentives for homebuilders to use all-electric heating and appliances. Next challenge: existing buildings.
Policy win: Colorado's innovative Clean Heat Standard will force gas utilities to clean up their act
The new law provides a model for other states seeking to slash natural gas emissions.
Policy & regulation
Climate policy crunchtime: We need Congress to pass a clean energy standard and tax credits
This is America's last chance at serious nationwide climate action for a decade.
How to cut carbon emissions while advancing environmental justice in the US West
New reports warn of potential disconnects between climate policy and energy equity — and lay out a path to the policy sweet spot.
Enphase wants customers to know exactly how much money they earn with batteries
Basic transparency could encourage homeowners to use their batteries for the benefit of the grid.
Can smart solar inverters help keep grid voltages in balance? Sunnova, SolarEdge and National Grid team up to find out
One of the largest tests of its kind will tap thousands of rooftop solar inverters in Massachusetts and Rhode Island — and examine what it’s worth to both utilities and customers.
Could digital circuit breakers make EV charging and home energy controls even smarter?
Startup Atom Power is dragging Edison-era electrical equipment into the 21st century.