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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Is Norway Really ‘Out-EVing’ America, Like GM’s Super Bowl Ad Says?

That’s what comedian Will Ferrell, an unlikely GM spokesman, told 100 million Super Bowl viewers last Sunday. And he’s right ...
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2020 Was a Bad Year for the Climate

But Will It Mark a Turning Point? 2020 was a challenging year by lots of measures – and climate change ...
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Save Solar – Make your voice heard!

“Let the sun shine!” That’s the refrain some of us have been singing for 50 years now.” Will 2021 Finally ...
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What’s Next for Clean Energy and Solar/Battery Tax Credits?

Now that the dust appears to have settled on the 2020 presidential election, what does the future hold for clean ...
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What If We Electrified Everything?

Imagine a world where everything needing a power source runs on electricity. Lots of things in our daily lives already ...
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Covid-19 Is Speeding Rise of Solar as ‘New King’ of Electricity Markets, IEA Says

The world’s response to Covid-19 may “reshape the future of energy,” the International Energy Agency predicts in its 2020 World ...
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