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With federal aid on the table, utilities shift to embrace climate goals

By Eric Lipton Photo: Todd Heisler

As billions in government subsidies were at stake, the electric utility industry shed its opposition to clean-air regulation and put its lobbying muscle behind passing President Biden’s climate bill.


Who Were the Worst Climate Polluters in the US in 2021?

By Phil McKenna Photo: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds

The worst of the worst included a coal-fired power plant in Alabama, a coal mine in Pennsylvania and a nylon plant in Florida, recent EPA data shows.


Who’s Driving Climate Change? New Data Catalogs 72,000 Polluters and Counting

By Raymond Zhong Photo: Lionel Derimais

A nonprofit backed by Al Gore and other big environmental donors says it can track emissions down to individual power plants, oil fields and cargo ships.


Can renewables solve the inflation crisis?

By Dave Keating Photo: Photo by THOMAS COEX/AFP

Rising energy costs have been the main cause of rising inflation worldwide. Experts say the low-carbon energy transition could bring inflation down.


Weather Updates: California avoids rolling blackouts

Photo: Mario Tama/Getty Images

Cities across California set record high temperatures on Tuesday, including Sacramento at 116 degrees. The heat wave will continue across the West on Wednesday, but ease by the weekend.


20 million US homes are behind on energy bills

By Mark Chediak Photo: Michael Nagle/Bloomberg

Adrienne Nice woke up early on the morning of July 25 to news she’d been dreading. The power company, Xcel Energy Inc., had shut off the electricity to the small Minneapolis apartment she shares with her teenage son, just as a heat wave was bearing down on the city.


Energy provisions in the inflation reduction act

By Robert Rapier Photo: AFP/Getty Images

Last week Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which now heads to President Biden's desk to be signed into law. The bill has been championed as a “climate change bill”, but it also allocates hundreds of billions of dollars over the next decade to several programs designed to reduce inflation.


In the energy markets, Putin is winning the war

By Javier Blas Photo: Andrey Rudakov/Bloomberg

Europe’s energy crisis will test the resolve of Western governments to curb their addiction to Russian oil and gas.


Europe is overheating. This climate-friendly AC could help.

By Pranshu Verma Photo: Jason Alden/Bloomberg News

The United Kingdom declared a national emergency this week during a historic heat wave that’s melted runways, snarled train travel and shattered temperature records. The devastation has been particularly acute in a country like England, where 95 percent of the population lacks air conditioning.


Wind and solar provided record 10% of world’s power in 2021

By Robert Rapier Photo: Los Angeles Times via Getty Images

Last week the BP Statistical Review of World Energy 2o22 was released, covering energy data through 2021. The Review provides a comprehensive picture of supply and demand for major energy sources on a country-level basis. It is a primary data source for numerous companies, government agencies, and non-government organizations.