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Project Symphony will investigate the use of distributed energy resources in Western Australia’s energy market.
The lack of complex terrain in the offshore environment may intuitively steer project developers away from mesoscale modeling to assess the project wind energy resource. However, there are compelling technical reasons indicating that this is not the right course of action.
There were signs of hope on issues such as stopping deforestation, cutting methane, ending coal use, and boosting zero-emissions vehicles. Now, those promises must be acted upon.
Procuring hour-by-hour clean energy within an energy buyer's grid can lead to a greater reduction of greenhouse gas emissions than 100% clean energy matching, while driving deployment of clean firm power generation and long-duration energy storage, according to a new study.
An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit – talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside
The transition is underway, Glasgow needs to deliver, and the world needs to train and prepare for the sprint to 2030 in a race to zero emissions.
Congress passes $1T infrastructure bill – but how does the government go about spending that much money?
The infrastructure bill is the largest investment in the nation’s infrastructure in decades. So how does the government go about spending all that money?
Geothermal energy not only has a renewed exploration roadmap to follow, but a revived political landscape as well.
Decarbonization is no longer a nice-to-have. It is necessary to create a sustainable future for everyone. And every company, every organization, every piece of the economy, needs to get on board.
With bipartisan energy compromise now law, advocates and some Democrats look to the budget to help protect the state’s poorest ratepayers.
What is COP26? Here’s how global climate negotiations work and what’s expected from the Glasgow summit
The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change’s latest report, released in August 2021, warns in its strongest terms yet that human activities have unequivocally warmed the planet, and that climate change is now widespread, rapid, and intensifying.