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As we saw in Texas, our electrical systems are increasingly at the mercy of severe weather-related events. Here's how to build-in the resilience they need.
The global transition to renewable energy will need AI technology to manage decentralized grids and tight governance to ensure fair access and resilience.
The share of the global municipal bus fleet that consists of electric vehicles far surpasses that of electric passenger vehicles and 98% are in China.
According to KSEB, the state's electricity board, it is predicted that this will help Kerala cover a quarter of its electricity needs from the sun by 2022.
States need to recognize the vulnerability of the grid, plan and invest in local, distributed energy resources, writes the CEO of Stem John Carrington.
Solar panels floating on the lakes formed by Africa’s hydropower dams could be a major new source of power, according to a new study published in Renewable Energy.
Changes to cities in the COVID-19 pandemic can help to create a more sustainable future, urban experts told a Davos Agenda session.
Data from leaders in renewable energy shows how offshore wind farm installations are already ramping up globally and are predicted to continue their rapid growth.
MIT researchers have been investigating the most convenient locations for charging points which would maximize the number of electric vehicles on the road.
With transportation network company fleets like Uber and Lyft full of high-mileage vehicles, electrification will make big progress towards the decarbonization of transport.
Energy transition mechanisms could be a way to facilitate the necessary shift from coal to renewables in the developing world. Here's how they work.
The dip brings the US within striking distance of its commitment at the Paris climate summit to bring emissions 26-28% below 2005 levels by 2025.
The U.S., U.K. and Canada, three major nuclear markets, all signaled growing support for SMRs in the closing weeks of 2020 with new policy announcements.
SUN Mobility, a tech start-up based in Bengaluru in Karnataka, India, is rolling out a swappable battery service for electric vehicles.
So-called battery electric vehicles (BEV) made up 54.3% of all new cars sold in the Nordic country in 2020. Just a decade ago, the percentage of electric cars sold in Norway was just 1%.