How digital hostage-taking can bring about the breakdown of fossil fuel networks — and threaten the power grid.
Heat pumps will be the baseline tech, but natural gas can still be in new buildings through mid-decade at least. Will city and county bans push past state codes?
Energy companies are making a bad bet on fossil fuels in buildings. Investors don’t want to take the hit.
The startup envisions its novel technology as a linchpin of a distributed, resilient and renewable power grid.
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.
An LBNL report highlights the technology and economic changes that broke through pessimistic forecasts — and the challenges of cutting the rest of the power sector’s carbon footprint.
Natural-gas microgrids and battery-backed solar can hedge against climate change risk — maybe even without major policy changes.
Can solar and batteries, geothermal power and long-duration energy storage replace the state’s last nuclear plant by mid-decade without increasing carbon emissions?