An unlikely duo just pledged $1 billion to help those people get solar-powered minigrids.
Hope you had a restful weekend. Time to kick off the week with two states hashing out the future of clean energy.
This week we saw two new approaches from a group that's been quiet in the post-coal planning conversation: coal plant owners themselves.
Wall Street's SPAC frenzy has given dozens of energy-related startups a fast track to public markets.
We didn't foresee a track called "Solar Power" contending for Song of the Summer when we launched Canary Media in April.
Turns out solar panels are not great at coping with historic wildfires blotting out the sun with smoke.
Batteries are quickly becoming crucial to the future of the grid and the auto industry.
Sooner or later someone will ask you what's up with nuclear fusion or green hydrogen.
Unexpectedly low pricing in the Mid-Atlantic grid system was good news for renewables and bad news for certain nuclear plants. That makes for an ambivalent outlook for carbon emissions. PJM operates the transmission grid spanning 13 states from the Mid-Atlantic to Illinois. It just held capacity auctions to ensure sufficient