Danish clean energy giant Ørsted and US commercial EV technology company Proterra are poised for breakout growth in the US over the next four years.
Joe Biden is inheriting an energy landscape that has continued to decarbonise thanks to the actions of companies and individual states.
Carbon capture and use can reduce, recycle or even remove emissions from the atmosphere, but its role in climate action depends on the carbon’s origin and destination.
Developing countries generally have the most solar potential, but investment and policies will need to change for them to realise it.
Policy decisions on how electricity bills are constructed have a much clearer impact on consumer costs than the rate at which countries are making the transition to renewables.
Using electric trucks for urban deliveries can reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve air quality, but key to keeping costs down is knowing when to charge, says Julia Hildermeier from the Regulatory Assistance Project.
Caribbean islands are increasingly focusing on renewables. Being located on a volcano makes geothermal an interesting option.
Louisiana Governor John Bel Edwards sees a future for offshore wind energy in the Gulf of Mexico – with help from the region’s oil and gas industry.