Policy & regulation
Zero-emissions cargo shipping catches on in cities and port communities
California faces big power challenges — even if Diablo Canyon stays open
Lawmakers voted to keep the state’s last nuclear plant operating, but California still needs to massively ramp up renewable energy, grid storage, efficiency and distributed energy.
NYC may ban e-bikes in public housing following a spate of fires
Critics say the move could jeopardize the livelihoods of delivery workers and are pushing to make charging safer, easier and more affordable.
Climate law incentives prompt First Solar to build another US factory
The U.S. currently produces 11 gigawatts of solar modules each year. By 2025, First Solar will be making 10 gigawatts all by itself.
Guides and how-tos
Could you get home energy and EV incentives under the climate law?
Find out which tax credits and upfront discounts you can earn for heat pumps, solar, electric vehicles and more — and how much money they could save you.
EPA should crack down on fossil-fueled heating, climate groups argue
A coalition of activists is petitioning the Environmental Protection Agency to phase out furnaces and water heaters that burn gas and oil.
Chart: How much will solar and wind grow under the new climate law?
The Inflation Reduction Act is expected to drive up installations of onshore wind and utility-scale solar — a boon after a particularly rocky six months for renewables in the U.S.
How much money can you save under the new climate law?
Rewiring America CEO Ari Matusiak breaks down the discounts, credits and incentives available to homeowners in the Inflation Reduction Act.
How a new national green bank could steer $27B to clean energy projects
The Inflation Reduction Act's seed funding could spur 10× as much in private-sector lending for community solar, efficiency and more in underserved neighborhoods.