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Close to $22 billion in U.S. offshore wind projects have been delayed or canceled, but the Virginia utility is moving forward with the largest facility in U.S. waters.
by Leah Garden
4.7 million more people were employed in clean energy in 2022 than in 2019, according to the IEA. But that's not enough.
Critics fear a clean energy standard that includes nuclear power would threaten solar and wind.
A major new analysis from Boston Consulting Group predicts a green energy system can solve the 'trilemma,' but a massive scaling up in wind, solar and grid storage capacity is urgently required through 2030.
Offshore wind energy is cementing its place as a major potential player in U.S. renewable energy generation.
by Leah Garden
A BloombergNEF report predicts the U.S. renewables project pipeline is set for a record-breaking surge in development, as Google announces a major new solar partnership.
by Stuart Stone
China is well positioned to promote green power sources on a large scale.
by Ziyi Ma
Sponsored: Negotiations at COP27 can help accelerate the transition to a clean and reliable energy supply, one that benefits both people and nature.
As carbon dioxide levels rise and the Earth’s poles warm, researchers are predicting a decline in the planet’s wind speeds. This ‘stilling’ could impact wind energy production and plant growth and might even affect the Gulf Stream, which drives much of the world’s climate.
by Jim Robbins
Sponsored: Dr. Maria Anez-Lingerfelt, senior scientist at Pall Corporation looks at how finance and tech must align to make further progress for sustainable energy.
In 2014, Vermont’s largest city became the first in the U.S. to be 100 percent powered by renewable energy. What’s happened since then?
Africa’s abundant solar and wind energy could make it a global hub for producing low-carbon hydrogen, the IEA says, but its residents still face access challenges.
In order to realize full climate gains, changes to both insurance and reinsurance coverage must be made.
As the Department of Interior prepares for its first offshore wind leases, they must also work to protect the waters in which they're sited.
Investments in technologies that could enable green hydrogen to help decarbonize heavy industry and other big emitters continue to add up.
Russia’s war in Ukraine has supercharged the move to wind and solar energy in Ireland and Europe.
by Andy Rowell
One key to success is early engagement by renewable developers with communities and nearby residents.
by Cullen Howe
A recent report predicts global energy investment will rise eight percent this year, driven by surging investment in clean energy infrastructure.
by James Murray
The race to turbocharge the shift to clean energy has been slowed by unforeseen obstacles — in the form of trade policy and business model hiccups.
by John Howell
Danish energy firm is aiming to achieve a net positive impact on biodiversity across all of its new projects from 2030.
Jim Robo’s quest to turn a dirty old electric utility into the world’s mostly-green energy powerhouse.
by Kari Huus
Denmark’s Ørsted transformed from a fossil-fuel utility to a renewable energy leader in a decade.
by Bill Spindle
Both red and blue states will see more advantages than drawbacks in embracing this new industry.
by David Cash
Floating wind has the potential to make a huge contribution to filling the installed capacity gap in renewables and represents a game changer for the energy sector globally.
by Mo Chatterji
Instead of having its tower embedded directly into the ground or the seafloor, a floating wind turbine sits on a platform with mooring lines, such as chains or ropes, that connect to anchors in the seabed below.