In California and Texas, heat waves underscore challenges for electric grids under stress made more acute by climate change.
A long-running policy battle over the country’s biggest capacity market appears to be nearing an end. What the replacement policy will look like remains an open question.
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.
Local governments set records for clean energy procurement last year. A joint RMI-WRI report outlines numerous pathways to boost that growth.
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?