Power producer Talen Energy is installing batteries at a retired coal plant near Baltimore.
A long-delayed auction yields lower-than-expected prices in the country’s biggest capacity market. That’s bad news for struggling nuclear power plants.
Coal mining firms haven’t set aside enough money to cover their own cleanup costs, according to environmental groups.
U.S. coal shipments hit new lows in 2020, according to new data.
Wildfire liability financing under scrutiny in California could presage efforts in other states to offset costs of coal plant retirements and climate-change mitigations.
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.
A new report from RMI sets a tough schedule for closing fossil-fueled power plants. Its Utility Transition Hub compiles the data to help find a way.
A reminder that carbon emissions must be decoupled from economic growth to yield persistent climate improvements.