The Department of Energy’s study on grid reliability and resilience offers an incomplete picture of our grid’s transformation.
More than 250 executives attended summit at Microsoft’s headquarters last week, with the objective of accelerating corporate procurement of renewable energy.
As the world gathers for COP21, charting a low-carbon, clean-energy pathway to the world’s future electricity grid is more important than ever.
Affordable renewable energy provides island and remote communities an alternative to the risks and drawbacks from relying solely on oil for energy.
How “flexiwatts” can reduce customer bills and lower grid costs by creating flexible demand options.
Breakthrough energy savings performance contract (ESPC) projects exemplify how an ESPC can unlock deep levels of energy savings.
City utility aims for 80% cut in emissions by 2030 and carbon neutrality by 2050, and learns that encouraging solar and energy efficiency does not mean a cut in revenue.
Today’s vehicles are overdesigned, underutilized, underloaded, inefficient, polluting, and—thanks to the drivers behind the wheel—dangerous.
New York and California are betting big in different ways on distributed energy resources, solar and storage.
The city of Palo Alto is eyeing today’s version of reaching the moon—becoming the first carbon-neutral city in the United States.