“India To Produce Low-Carbon Thermal Batteries”

“Even as the Indian government is all set to roll out its new electric vehicles policy, the International Energy Agency (IEA) recently published a report that flagged worries about cobalt, a core element used in the lithium-ion batteries… Read More

“Apple, Akamai, Etsy and Swiss Re get together to buy clean power”

“If you study lists enumerating corporate contracts to buy renewable energy, one thing becomes clear very quickly — it’s tough to find a deal for less than 20 megawatts of capacity, a factor that has discouraged many would-be… Read More

“These are the most sustainably powered cities in the U.S.”

“Earlier this year, San Francisco and Oakland filed suit against five fossil fuel companies, including Chevron and ExxonMobil, in an effort to render them financially responsible for the damages caused by climate change, and the infrastructure, like sea… Read More

“Hot Weather Spells Trouble For Nuclear Power Plants”

“Nuclear power plants in Europe have been forced to cut back electricity production because of warmer-than-usual seawater. Plants in Finland, Sweden and Germany have been affected by a heat wave that has broken records in Scandinavia and the… Read More

“For Electric Vehicles to Take Off, Apartments Need to Come with Charging Stations”

“Americans have now purchased more than 800,000 electric vehicles, counting both plug-in hybrids and all-electric models. That may sound like a lot of EVs, and it is a big jump from the less than 5,000 that were on… Read More

“Clean energy is catching up to natural gas”

“For around 10 years, the conventional wisdom in the energy sector has been that natural gas is ascendant. Coal is dirty, and it’s getting expensive, but it’s too early to jump all the way to renewable energy. To… Read More

“Formula E paves way for electric cars on and off racetrack”

“Unplug and go. Filling up a car is as simple as that, even if it’s not gas flowing through the nozzle. Electricity is efficient. Formula E, a global electric auto racing series, steers the way — toward the… Read More

“India’s renewable energy push is wiping out the last of the great Indian bustards”

“India’s big push towards renewable energy is wiping out a critically endangered bird. So great is the devastation that in the western Indian state of Gujarat, one of the last sanctuaries of the great Indian bustard, only one… Read More

“What Can Be Done To Make Clean Energy A More Popular Political Priority?”

“I believe the best way to make clean energy politically popular is to educate the political leaders about its economic, environmental and national security advantages and about the environmental consequences of continuing the use of fossil fuels. At… Read More

“Meet The Woman Revolutionizing Renewable Energy In The Caribbean”

“Today I interview Hannah Olmberg-Soesman, winner of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Energy Personality Award. Olmberg-Soesman received the inaugural award for her exceptional contribution to a sustainable energy future in the region. A dynamic entrepreneur with a background in… Read More