Prepa, the island’s electric power company, and FEMA have found themselves embroiled in scandal before.
A post-pandemic economic reconstruction based on restructuring the energy map makes sense. We know we have to do it, and we know the reason we haven't done it so far is because it challenges the interests of a powerful few.
The Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection found it would reduce carbon emissions by 180 million tons, cause a 3 percent increase in the wholesale price of electricity, and, with or without the program, coal use will decline sharply.
Our response to the COVID-19 pandemic has radically reshaped British Columbians' work days, energy use, and even the air we breath.
One argument against electric vehicles made by those that wish to cling to the certainties of the internal combustion engine is that we need to decarbonise the power system first otherwise cars are no cleaner than if they use gasoline.
Don't dump more coal ash in South Carolina, state legislators are telling the federal government, and are adding a cost for it.
Proponents say small-scale nuclear reactors are safer, cheaper, and more compatible with renewables than traditional nuclear power.
Renowned architect Bjarke Ingels has crafted an epic synthetic slope on top of a massive waste-to-energy plant.
As we celebrate a World Bicycle Day like no other, can the U.S. keep the momentum and attention the coronavirus pandemic has brought to bicycling?
Twenty-one species molt from brown to white to survive the winter season. But climate change has created a mismatch between their snowy camouflage and surroundings.