Transmission could have paid for itself in savings during big Texas blackout, a new report finds. But capturing that value is tricky.
In the absence of policy, can the corporate community decarbonize itself?
Bold climate action is radical, but inaction is even more radical.
In California and Texas, heat waves underscore challenges for electric grids under stress made more acute by climate change.
The US is now poised to curb use of super-climate-warming refrigerants, one of this century's most significant climate mitigation efforts.
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.
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.
The executive order directs federal agencies to identify climate risks and set disclosure rules for private industry and finance.
A new analysis offers criticism — and potential solutions — in the battle between an incentives-based approach and demanding mandatory emissions limits.