For the first time in three years, U.S. carbon dioxide emissions related to energy increased in 2013 as coal replaced gas.
US study finds large-scale offshore wind farms could protect American coastal cities most vulnerable to extreme weather, as well as power them.
The oil and gas industry, largely in the south-central U.S., may be emitting nearly five times the methane that scientists previously estimated.
The two biggest solar thermal power plants in California that will be operating by the end of the year could power more than 200,000 homes in the Southwest.
Will ExxonMobil, and the world’s 44 other largest fossil fuel companies be able to thrive in a business climate heavily affected by global warming?
Becoming the site of a microgrid pilot project may help keep the lights on at hospitals, schools and other critical infrastructure during and after a storm.
US cities looking to microgrids for future delivery of reliable, low-carbon electricity are being faced with a complicated thicket of rules and regulations.
When Hurricane Sandy cut power to 8.5 million Americans in October last year, attention turned to microgrids – to cut emissions, and keep lights on.