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How will the energy crunch impact the transition to renewables?

Record-high natural gas prices are fueling an energy crunch ahead of winter in the Northern Hemisphere, leading to power shortages in parts of the world.
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How a strong state-industry partnership can help the GCC move to green energy

The ongoing energy transition from fossil fuels to renewable energy requires that governments and the corporate sector collaborate in new ways.

Going beyond the clean energy PPA to decarbonize the grid

There's an opportunity to go beyond the clean energy PPA, and more effectively decarbonize the grid through hourly load matching.
Net Zero Carbon vs Neutral Emissions

The cost of cutting Biden’s key climate program

Stripping the Clean Electricity Performance Program from a historic climate bill being considered by Congress would eliminate more than a third of potential emissions reductions, new analysis shows.

Wind industry demands action from world leaders ahead of COP26 climate summit

More than 90 wind energy companies and associations from around the world called on leaders to take decisive action in pursuit of net-zero carbon emissions goals ahead of the COP26 United Nations climate summit next month.

In comments to FERC, renewable energy giants detail interconnection, transmission, and grid upgrade cost-sharing...

Ørsted, EDF Renewables, and NextEra Energy submitted comments for FERC's ANOPR on transmission planning, grid upgrades, and interconnection.

Minnesota solar installer bankruptcies leave unfinished projects, calls for better oversight

The state’s solar energy trade group has made improving consumer protections a priority after a string of bankruptcies in recent years left dozens of customers stuck with unfinished projects.

North Carolina proves climate action can be bipartisan

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper on Wednesday signed into law a bipartisan mandate that will require the state to reduce carbon emissions by 70% by 2030 and reach carbon neutrality by 2050.

FERC’s deadlock means SEEM is here to stay—Why are renewables worried?

The 15 utilities behind the Southeast Energy Exchange Market (SEEM) hailed the proposal as providing "cost, reliability and environmental benefits." So, why is the renewable energy industry so concerned?

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.