by Marlene Cimons -- Guest Contributor Apr 22, 2016
"Some of what is happening is new, some is not new, but when you put it all together, it is staggering."
by Joe Romm Apr 21, 2016
Can we slash CO2 emissions by 2050 without a breakthrough energy "miracle"? In a deeply flawed piece, Foreign Affairs says we can't. Here's why they are wrong.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Mar 24, 2016
Last year, the world invested $286 billion in green energy.
by Joe Romm Feb 25, 2016
The future for U.S. renewables is very bright with or without the EPA's carbon pollution standards for existing power plants, a new study finds.
by Natasha Geiling Feb 24, 2016
A bill being debated in the Oregon legislature would require two of the state's biggest utilities to cut coal by 2030 and double renewable energy by 2050.
by Joe Romm Feb 23, 2016
We don't need energy "miracles" to preserve a livable climate as Bill Gates claims, we need to accelerate technology deployment. That’s what drives innovation, as Gates himself used to argue.
by Alejandro Davila Fragoso Feb 10, 2016
The U.S. solar industry now employs slightly over 200,000 workers, representing a growth of 20 percent since November of 2014.
by Joe Romm Feb 1, 2016
It's now possible to incorporate very large amounts of variable renewable power like solar and wind into the electric grid cost-effectively without harming reliability. Here's how.
by Natasha Geiling Jan 21, 2016
Is 2016 the year that switching to 100 percent renewable energy becomes mainstream?
by Natasha Geiling Jan 19, 2016
In 2015, Denmark got almost half its electricity from a single source of renewable energy -- wind.