Who’s the biggest turkey of the year? The Top 5 includes Tony Abbott, 60 Minutes, critics of clean energy finance, and utilities resisting the inevitable.
Global climate finance levels are dropping—largely because the cost of solar has fallen so quickly.
The average utility-scale solar bid for power-purchase agreements for a solr project in the US state of Georgia averaged at 6.5 cents per kilowatt-hour.
SolarCity strikes a deal with New York for solar manufacturing plant. The projected economic boost is good news today. Will it continue into the future?
But EIA data is leaving out a critical piece of solar: distributed generation.
Austin Energy’s recent 5-cent solar contract was a big deal. Now it makes solar “default” generation to hedge against rising fossil fuel costs.
While solar has exploded in the U.S., small wind has struggled to grow. Two startups are hoping to change that.
Regulators in New York are about to make one of the most important changes to the modern electric grid. But is it enough?
Could adding fixed grid charges to the bills of solar customers encourage more people to ditch their utility?
Facing flat or declining electricity sales, electric vehicles are a path to growth for power companies.