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It’s going to take time for the dust to settle but for now, let’s be heartened by the fact that the Glasgow sessions have once again put renewables on the agenda.
Like Hurricane Katrina and numerous storms before it, Hurricane Ida demolished Louisiana’s outdated, fossil-fuel dependent energy system. It’s time for Louisiana leadership to prioritize resilient solutions over continued fossil-fuel investment.
green hydrogen’s current lack of availability isn’t the only reason it’s not the wonder-fuel the fossil fuel industry has been making it out to be
Our planet faces unprecedented climate risks, and world leaders are gathering at COP26 in Glasgow next month with a mandate to stave off disaster.
Puerto Rico has a once-in-a-lifetime chance to build a clean energy grid – but FEMA plans to spend $9.4 billion on fossil fuel infrastructure instead
The Biden Administration has a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to help Puerto Rico transition to a greener and more resilient energy future, but it’s on the verge of making a multibillion-dollar mistake.
Renewable energy companies in the United States could suffer if that country does nothing to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The Brazilian real has declined 17 percent since Oct. 31, when more than a gigawatt of solar farms won contracts in the country’s first-ever national solar auction and with the slumping currency driving up import prices, developers are holding off on signing supply deals for PV panels. Manufacturers that were considering setting up shop in Brazil are having second thoughts. All of that is threatening President Dilma Rousseff’s goal of increasing the use of solar power more than 100-fold and creating a domestic solar industry.
The global economy may still be suffering the effects of a downturn, but there are no doubts that these are exciting times for solar.
he global economy may still be suffering the effects of a downturn, but there are no doubts that these are exciting times for solar.
Many of the world's hydroelectric reservoirs are filling with sediment and suffering significant reductions in storage capacity, says the head of a U.N. agency.