net zero carbon
LA wants to fuel its public utility with carbon-free hydrogen. Can it break through the nascent industry’s economic and technical challenges?
The future of zero-carbon electricity relies on matching consumption with generation on a 24/7/365 basis. Call it "true zero."
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.
The world has about two business cycles to alter investment decisions that will make or break the battle against climate change.