Renewable energy growth has been accelerating over the last few years, with no sign of slowing down. Solar and wind have made up the largest share of new grid capacity since 2014. That’s because they have rapidly become the cheapest sources to build. These quickly growing companies belong in everyone’s energy portfolio.
East Coast Emerges as Hottest New Market for Energy Subsector
The story is the same up and down the East Coast. Every coastal state wants to be in offshore wind.
Islands Large and Small Say Goodbye to Fossil Fuels
The U.K. and Hawaii are trailblazers in the renewable energy and energy storage space.
Energy Storage Kills Need for Grid Upgrades
Dear American utilities, please stop installing thumbtacks with sledgehammers.
New England’s Untapped Clean Energy Poses Threat to Coal
Offshore wind is out of sight, out of mind. Why even bother with coal?
Natural Gas and Renewable Energy Continue to Displace Coal
Clean energy has become the “new normal” in power generation. And coal is paying the price.
Nuclear Power Under Pressure From Renewable Energy
Once hailed as the world’s “cleanest” source of energy, nuclear power is rapidly failing thanks to the rise of renewable energy.
Despite Trump’s Coal Push, American Businesses Stick to Renewables
American businesses have broken ranks from Washington on energy policy.
How Are We Going to Fix Up the Homestead?
I didn’t start spending like a drunken sailor. I focused on what was most critical for my farm and how I was going to pay for it.
The Technology That’s Disrupting the Energy Grid as We Know It
Renewable power is here. Our existing electrical infrastructure can’t handle it. The problem is more serious than you realize.