New Jersey regulators agreed to vigorously promote a statewide shift from fossil-fuel space and water heating systems to electric appliances.
Comfort and safety — not cost or environmental impact — is the top driver for people considering energy efficiency upgrades, according to a new PNNL study.
Big savings from unplugging vampire power are as much a fantasy as, well, vampires, says columnist Steve Huntoon.
President Joe Biden’s $5.8 trillion federal budget request for 2023 contains a raft of line items aimed at cutting greenhouse gas emissions.
More than 90 companies, governments, universities and other organizations pledged to cut their GHG emissions 50% by 2030 in DOE's Better Climate Challenge.
The Connecticut Power and Energy Society's fall conference focused on equity and inclusion as drivers of "the future of energy."
IEA released its annual World Energy Outlook a month earlier than usual as a guide for policymakers ahead of the U.N.'s Glasgow conference in November.
The Department of Energy's LEAP program will provide technical assistance to help environmental justice, low-income and coalfield communities develop clean energy projects.
A pilot project in Virginia found that electrification retrofits on low- and moderate-income homes cut energy consumption but not always costs and carbon emissions.
Decarbonizing the U.S. grid will also mean overcoming communities’ aesthetic objections to large projects, Seattle City Light CEO Debra Smith told SEPA.
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