Company lets EV drivers plug in for extra income
Can the transmission grid solve China’s clean electricity problems?
Book reveals new details of Texaco’s support for Franco in Spanish Civil War
Danish firms sell off oil and gas businesses
Merck CEO Kenneth Frazier stands against hate, while South African utility Eskom is mired in scandal.
Nine Eastern states cut power plant emissions extra 30 per cent
A wave of clean energy development has arrived where Queensland mining jobs once dominated
But not ones that flush
Germany's Ruhr region has undergone a decades-long shift away from coal mining, bringing both challenge and opportunity.
A flimsy and dangerous rationale rooted in a denial of modern energy market trends
To slow climate change, India joins the renewable energy revolution
The renewables sector no longer the experimental space it was
Lessons from the Acid Rain campaign of the 1980’s
Water expert Adèle Hurley outlines the advocacy role the Canadian Coalition on Acid Rain played in curbing the silent menace.
New York REVs up for a clean energy future