The way the US runs its energy grid is just plain stupid, according to Marc Gunther, but thankfully several companies are committed to making it a whole lot smarter
"You know how we find out when the power goes out somewhere in our system?" Peter Darbee asks me. I don't know. Peter is the CEO of PG&E Corp., a $12.5-billion-a-year utility company in northern California....
Introducing mandatory climate risk disclosure for businesses and investors is an essential part of achieving net zero emissions argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group
Speaking at pre-COP talks in Costa Rica UK Climate Minister Lord Duncan urges other countries to step up their climate commitments
Technology is initially planned for a site in the US, but could also be used in the UK if a proposed plant is given the go-ahead, Velocys says
Northern Powergrid launches pioneering smart grid trial, where electric vans replace diesel generators as back up power supplies