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An insider’s look at the Glasgow climate summit – talks intensify, amid grandstanding and anger outside

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.
Virginia GOP targets clean energy law, but options for rollback are limited

Virginia GOP targets clean energy law, but options for rollback are limited

Newly emboldened Virginia Republicans are vowing to roll back the state’s landmark clean energy reforms enacted by Democrats over the last two years.
Ohio’s solar project queue on pace to surpass coal capacity this decade

Ohio’s solar project queue on pace to surpass coal capacity this decade

Energy Harbor’s announced closing of the Sammis plant means solar projects in Ohio’s regulatory pipeline already exceed the coal power that will remain after 2028.
Here’s how developing countries can do more on climate

Here’s how developing countries can do more on climate

Our planet faces unprecedented climate risks, and world leaders are gathering at COP26 in Glasgow next month with a mandate to stave off disaster.
Renewable energy cheers revised MOPR at PJM

Renewable energy cheers revised MOPR at PJM

PJM's old MOPR was bad policy and bad politics. What's next?
Melting Silicon in Reverse

Melting Silicon in Reverse

Like an ice cube on a warm day, most materials melt -- that is, change from a solid to a liquid state -- as they get warmer. But a few oddball materials do the reverse: They melt as they get cooler. Now a team of researchers at MIT has found that silicon, the most widely used material for computer chips and solar cells, can exhibit this strange property of "retrograde melting" when it contains high concentrations of certain metals dissolved in it.
Hydro Currents

Hydro Currents

FERC urged to reverse wind power curtailment by BPA
Resolutions To Reverse the Unsustainable Solar Industry

Resolutions To Reverse the Unsustainable Solar Industry

Viewing the solar industry (and all of its technologies) from the outside an observer would be confronted by two distinct views. View number one: THIS IS THE GREATEST TIME IN THE WORLD FOR SOLAR. GROWTH IS OFF OF THE CHARTS. THIS IS THE BEST YEAR YET. View number two: This is the worst time for manufacturers of photovoltaic technology. Enter at your own risk and consider failure the likely outcome.
Dewatering Spillway Gates with a Reverse Needle Cofferdam

Dewatering Spillway Gates with a Reverse Needle Cofferdam

After operating since 1944 with minor maintenance, the eight spillway gates at Brilliant Dam in British Columbia, Canada, needed repair. However, the structure lacks a spillway gate isolation system for the vertical lift roller gates.
G8 Report May Help Renewables in New Zealand

G8 Report May Help Renewables in New Zealand

An international report may help to reverse a trend towards lower use of renewable energies in New Zealand.