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In Search of Emissionality

The world of corporate sustainability has commonly used the biggest and boldest terms to demonstrate commitment to climate action: Net zero, carbon negative, carbon neutral. How do we know that these climate pledges are more than just buzzwords? How...

Lessons from the Texas Blackout

My phone was on the brink of death. My toes were painfully numb. The USB port inside my frozen car represented my only hope for power and warmth. Just 24 hours earlier, I was absolutely elated at this extremely rare opportunity to stomp...

Striking a Decarbonization Balance to Prevent Future Blackouts

Can flexible, sustainable and reliable solutions today pave the path to a renewable energy future? California’s ambitious renewable energy goals have made them a national and global leader in the race to accelerate decarbonization. The Golden...

Coping with Texas-Sized Weather: How localized generation can alleviate future problems

In mid-February, two severe winter storms crippled Texas’ utility infrastructure and left 4.3 million people without power. Notwithstanding partisan efforts to blame a single resource (Democrats – it was the fossil plants! Republicans – it was...

The Challenge of Electrifying the Modern Home

We live in a world vastly different from even a few years ago. Homeowners and commercial business operators are increasingly concerned about climate change, grid reliability problems, 1,000-year storms every year, record numbers of damaging...

Don’t Dig There - Cutting down on line strikes (and related accidents) in renewable energy development and construction

The world needs renewable energy now more than ever. Fortunately, renewables are here to stay, but ironically, in the pursuit of clean energy, developers run the risk of damaging existing underground power infrastructure. The risk is real, and the...

Transportable Electrons Can Jump-Start Renewable Energy Development in Emerging Markets

The world is waking up to the fact that the climate is changing – and unless there is a significant reduction in carbon emissions, our planet will become uninhabitable for human life. While cutting back on fossil fuels helps, key steps are also...

Transmission: The Backbone of our Renewable Energy Revolution

From the ground, you can see them for miles. From high above, they look like a row of stitches. At a single upstate New York wind farm, there are dozens of wind turbines spanning thousands of acres. Atop a 500-foot tower, massive 144-foot blades...

Buildings vs. Behavior: Why structural energy efficiency is the future of energy conservation

Which takes more effort, altering a people’s conservation habits or altering the buildings they occupy? Considering how long the average New Year’s resolution lasts, it’s safe to assume that installing the latest...

How DER Management will Help Drive the Clean Energy Transition

Technology R&D and business innovation are key drivers of the clean energy transition, along with supportive policy, smart finance, and collaboration across relevant stakeholder groups. There have been amazing strides forward in the...

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A Call for Net Zero Energy


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Solving Thermal Management Challenges in Electric Vehicles

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A Strong 2011 for Clean Technology

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