Will energy storage help the Silicon Valley car maker weather the car manufacturing storm?
Getting planes, trains and automobiles, not to mention houses and commercial buildings, off fossil fuels will happen quicker than most people realize.
Some, like amusement park Wet n' Wild, are finding energy efficiency opportunities and receiving lower power bills.
On the eve of receiving the Japan Prize, Dr. Yoshino looks back at his battery research that helped pave the way for today’s booming lithium-ion market.
Both grid-scale and commercial installations are gaining favor as the industry seeks ways to reduce outages and integrate new electric loads such as renewable power plants and EVs.
Plans to switch to 100 percent renewable power and install Tesla batteries won't cost extra.
The grocer is installing batteries in California and Hawaii to hedge its bet against power outages.
The once-vaunted alternative to oil and coal turns out to be a “bridge fuel to nowhere.”
Sales of EVs are on a roll, but high rates are putting the brakes on fast-charging infrastructure.
It’s becoming increasingly clear in high-renewable electric grids that flexible resources are more valuable than flat, unchanging generation and load.