After Democratic cap-and-trade bills faltered in the face of GOP revolts, an electricity-focused, consensus-driven bill gains ground.
The funding seeks to empower 1 billion of the estimated 2.5 billion who lack access to reliable electricity.
Buildings and vehicles won’t have strict emissions caps, but separate bills will help target those key sectors.
Smart government policies have spurred rapid acceleration in renewable energy. They can do the same for building efficiency upgrades.
After New Orleans passed the first clean energy standard in the Gulf South, a city leader is pushing for a more renewable-friendly and reliable grid.
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.
Western states look to regional transmission organizations to boost clean energy's pathways to market
Bills in Nevada and Colorado would set a 2030 target for utilities to join regional transmission organizations.
Fulfilling the potential of Biden's energy equity promises will require time and ongoing commitment.
Solar, wind and energy storage projects make up a massive share of grid interconnection requests, but they’re taking longer to connect and dropping out more often.
The future of zero-carbon electricity relies on matching consumption with generation on a 24/7/365 basis. Call it "true zero."