Heat Waves and Heat Pumps

With More Heat Waves, Home Air Conditioning Is Becoming a Must-Have Appliance The dog days of summer have arrived – ...
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Are ‘Climate Refugees’ Coming to New England? 2020 Data Sure Seems to Say So

It’s official. In Vermont, out-of-staters piled into the state to snap up homes at near-record rates in 2020, and no ...
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Oil Majors Pressed on Three Fronts to Get Serious about Climate Change – and Renewables

The oil and gas industry was dealt three heavy blows in recent days – from the courts, government agencies and ...
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NOAA Online Tools Help You Chart Global Warming in Your Area

Each decade, the U.S. National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) updates its analysis of U.S. weather patterns by comparing temperature, ...
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Colonial Pipeline Hack Is Latest Example of Fossil Fuel Frailties

The vulnerability of the nation’s fossil energy supply system was on full display again last week. Hackers penetrated the computer ...
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What Are the Benefits of Charging Your EV at Home vs. Public Charging Stations?

One of the biggest questions owners of electric vehicles face is how to keep their EV batteries charged. As a ...
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A Year Later: Pandemic lessons revisited, and security in a climate calamity

One year into the coronavirus, what have we learned? It’s been a year since COVID-19 turned our lives upside down ...
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Renewables Are Coming to Utilities’ Rescue, But the Grid Needs a Serious Upgrade

This week’s Barron’s, the Dow Jones investment weekly, features a bullish cover story on “The Coming Green Boom for Utilities.” ...
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Pop Quiz: 10 Things You Should Know About the Recent Power Outage in Texas

The record-smashing, cold-weather outbreak that plunged Texas into darkness last week presents an ongoing human tragedy. While dozens of Texans ...
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