Author: Tina Casey
The US EPA has been releasing little information on the toxic impact of Hurricane Harvey, but the Coast Guard is adding up the numbers — and sharing them. And they don’t look good.
Irma wreaked havoc on the infrastructure of Florida, highlighting the need to replace gasoline and central power plants with more resilient forms of energy.
Leading U.S. companies are still determined to power up with renewables, despite Trump’s decision to pull the country out of the Paris Agreement.
Media attention has focused on Hurricane Harvey’s impacts on toxic Superfund sites, but hundreds of other facilities are potentially affected.
Pushing back against President Trump’s decision to reverse Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, Microsoft advocates for protecting so-called Dreamers, the 750,000 people who received legal resident and working papers under the program.
The DACA firestorm is turning up the pressure on Ivanka Trump to follow through on her promises to advocate for women and girls in the Trump Administration.
Lessons learned from Hurricane Harvey: bad news for Texas petroleum industry, good news for wind farms and for grid resiliency.
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WGL, formerly Washington Gas and Light, has 170-year-old roots in natural gas, but it is rapidly transitioning into renewables.
The U.S. energy infrastructure has been in the news this week as the devastation from Hurricane Harvey continues to ripple through the Gulf Coast region of Texas, a major oil and gas hub. The hurricane demonstrates some of the risks of centralized production and processing. But efforts are already underway to diversify our mix of clean energy.
Politics have been getting in the way of the U.S. offshore wind industry, but Scotland’s efforts to lower costs could help break the logjam.
A controversial new grid study notes the falling cost of electricity, which presents a formidable barrier to the future survival of coal power plants.
Trump’s executive order on infrastructure doesn’t address the main problems, it just puts U.S. taxpayers on the hook for flooding and climate change risks.
Toyota and 7-Eleven have joined forces to measure how hydrogen can reduce the carbon emissions of convenience stores and delivery trucks in Japan.