Investing in wind and solar is all the rage. But what other cleantech categories are catching the eye of investors in 2021?
Caltech plans to advance a solar-from-space concept that was first proposed by science fiction writer Isaac Asimov in the 1940s.
ExxonMobil, Chevron and Shell were all taken to task on the same day by activist groups pushing for stronger action on emissions.
The industry responsible for the bulk of greenhouse gas emissions is publicly in favor of a tax on carbon.
Coal mining firms haven’t set aside enough money to cover their own cleanup costs, according to environmental groups.
Data centers have to test their backup generators at least every month. WZMH Architects has a plan for what to do with the energy that is wasted.
Both face market challenges, but nuclear could outlast coal.
Future grids will need assets on standby for times when there isn't enough wind and solar. But how will these assets be valued and compensated?
Renewable energy plants are built to last decades. How will climate change alter the weather patterns they're designed for in the years to come?
It's hard to measure risk for solar investing in sub-Saharan Africa. Nithio has raised $30M to change that.