Energy and Climate Change

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The Orkney Islands in Northern Scotland Have Too Much Clean Energy so They Are Producing Hydrogen Power

The small island chain may revolutionize how we produce hydrogen.

A Boom Is Coming for All-Electric Homes Despite Lagging Consumer Awareness

Global revenue for all-electric home technologies could surge fivefold this decade, potentially boosting demand for power.

Fast-tracking deregulation, EPA pays no heed to virus pandemic

Experts say the rule will make it impossible to draw on public health studies in the future to regulate proven health threats.

Senate Strikes Deal on Coronavirus Stimulus Package That Excludes Help for Renewables

Senate’s $2 trillion rescue package won’t extend tax credits or offer direct pay provisions for solar and wind projects.

How to Give Certainty to US Renewables Regardless of a Stimulus Package

COVID-19 is delaying solar and wind projects. The IRS should confirm the outbreak as an “excusable disruption” to reassure investors, experts say.

UK’s first Electric Avenue charges electric cars from streetlamps

A third of British motorists are planning to buy into an electric future by purchasing a hybrid or full electric vehicle as their next car, with 40 percent saying that they would have jumped in sooner if the charging infrastructure was better.

Helicopter drone is made to drop bombs on forest fires

One of the good things about drones is the fact that they can safely be flown in conditions that would prove hazardous for crewed aircraft.

There’s Power in Those Pipes…the Ignored Treasure Hidden in Water

If the world learns to tap the treasure trove of energy and profit hidden in its pipes, that could help insulate us from over-dependence on fossil fuels.

A red state template for 100% renewables? Utah bill unites Rocky Mountain Power, cities and activists

Utah has done what some thought impossible — getting approval from an 80% Republican legislature to move more than one-third of the state’s population to 100% renewables by 2030

Elon Musk’s Battery Farm Is an Undeniable Success

It’s the bet that saved Australia tens of millions of dollars.