These energy innovations could transform how we mitigate climate change, and save money in the process – 5 essential reads

Covering California’s canals with solar panels would save more than 65 billion gallons of water annually. Image: Unsplash/American Public Power Association

Stacy Morford

Environment + Climate Editor, InsideClimate News + Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory


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Other countries including China and India are also testing solar farms over water. Image: The Conversation/Solar Aquagrid LLC

The US had seven operating offshore wind turbines with 42 megawatts of capacity in 2021. Image: The Conversation/AP Photo/Michael Dwyer

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