In California and Texas, heat waves underscore challenges for electric grids under stress made more acute by climate change.
The largest U.S. solar manufacturer will open another plant in Ohio.
Wildfires exacerbated by climate change darkened the skies above solar projects across the U.S. West last year.
Electric car sales skew toward the wealthy. Can stronger incentives and better program design change that?
Ireland's government wants to install 600,000 heat pumps by 2030. That could save energy and shift consumption to times of lower grid demand.
The state will now aim to reach carbon-free electricity by 2070, not 2050.
The funding round pops the startup's valuation to $2 billion, big money in the solar software space.
Arizona's failed clean electricity proposal could live to see another day.
U.S. coal shipments hit new lows in 2020, according to new data.
New administration, same old problems for solar industry players who want to see the Section 201 tariffs dissolved.