Gates’ TerraPower plans to have a fast reactor up and running later this decade, but the headwinds are against it.
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If solar panels were free, how would you build the ideal utility-scale solar plant? This startup's answer: "You'd put them on the ground."
Fusion fans have been saying for decades that success is just around the corner. Are they finally right this time?
Canary Media is shining a light on women's cleantech career moves and employment issues. This week's coverage includes job moves at Schneider Electric, QuantumScape and the DOE.
When it comes to careers and talent, "women are chronically undervalued." Canary Media is looking to change that by shining a light on women's cleantech career moves and diversity issues.
It turns out the members of the r/Futurology subreddit asked loads of smart questions across energy, politics and journalism. Here's a sample of our conversations.
The president of the top U.S. solar engineering, procurement and construction firm talks to Canary about labor, unions, diversity and zip ties.
"California is on the list, but it's not like we're going to Silicon Valley — we'll be going to Compton."
It's all about "American jobs and California jobs, getting the facility in place, hiring locally and promoting U.S. solar."