A surge in retired EV batteries is helping to eliminate second-life EV battery storage hurdles, just in time to help meet clean energy mandates.
Investing in wind and solar is all the rage. But what other cleantech categories are catching the eye of investors in 2021?
Sharing rooftop solar, batteries and grid controls between utilities and customers is a complex undertaking, but it could yield benefits greater than the sum of their parts.
The fast-growing lithium-ion battery sector is the key to powering EVs and decarbonizing the grid — and the U.S. doesn’t want to be left behind.
A report from RMI shows potential for a new California rule to speed up fast-charging investments, reduce pollution and expand equitable EV access.
If millions of electric vehicles are poised to connect to the grid, that changes expectations around stationary energy storage needs.
Electric car sales skew toward the wealthy. Can stronger incentives and better program design change that?
Major e-bus makers Proterra and Vicinity Motor make the case for a national bus electrification strategy.
A report from Rewiring America and the Center for American Progress asks policymakers to make the replacement of electric appliances as cheap and easy as possible.
Tesla popularized the concept of batteries in the home. Ford connected the home to the truck.