Wildfire liability financing under scrutiny in California could presage efforts in other states to offset costs of coal plant retirements and climate-change mitigations.
The most critical factors for a rapid transition are the hardest to model.
New analysis shows that four out of five U.S. coal plants cost more to run than new local renewables.
Both face market challenges, but nuclear could outlast coal.
Energy companies are making a bad bet on fossil fuels in buildings. Investors don’t want to take the hit.
MethaneSat and Carbon Mapper could give governments and industry new ways to find methane emissions — and determine the value of stopping them.
The Global Cooling Prize awards $1 million to designs that shave energy, reduce global warming and could make AC more affordable and eco-friendly for billions.
A reminder that carbon emissions must be decoupled from economic growth to yield persistent climate improvements.
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?
Natural-gas microgrids and battery-backed solar can hedge against climate change risk — maybe even without major policy changes.