Claim: US power sector is halfway to zero carbon emissions

Given advancements in wind, solar, and battery technologies, these resources are likely to play important near-term roles in further power-sector decarbonization. According to the study, a large share of the…

A song of ice and fiber

This is the first time a distributed acoustic sensing interrogator system had been used to capture data on the seafloor of the Arctic or Antarctic oceans, and the team sees…

Impacts of climate change on our water and energy systems: it’s complicated

“There have been many analyses on how climate change could affect the water and energy sectors separately, but those studies were not typically looking at interactions and feedbacks between the…

How a government-linked foundation could speed the spread of new clean-energy technologies

The United States is a world leader in scientific research and technological development. But new inventions have to be brought to market and then widely adopted to have a deep…

Department of Energy Announces $43 Million to Develop Carbon Capture and Storage Technology

From Energy.gov November 14, 2019 WASHINGTON, D.C. – Today, the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE) Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy (ARPA-E) announced up to $43 million in funding to develop carbon…

New DOE and NRC Agreement Will Lead to Faster Deployment and Licensing of U.S. Nuclear Technologies

From The Office of Nuclear Energy Office of Nuclear Energy New DOE and NRC Agreement Will Lead to Faster Deployment and Licensing of U.S. Nuclear Technologies October 16, 2019 Home…

Here’s The Next Obama-Era Reg Trump’s Energy Department Is Preparing To Nix

From The Daily Caller Chris White Tech Reporter July 03, 2019 6:00 PM ET The Department of Energy announced Tuesday a rule-making process that could ding an Obama-era environmental regulation…

In the fight between Rick Perry and climate scientists — He’s winning

From The Hill By Ross McKitrick, opinion contributor – 07/27/17 07:20 AM EDT 814   © Victoria Sarno Jordan Policy makers and the public need to understand the extent to…

The DOE vs. Ugly Reality

Guest Post by Willis Eschenbach Over at the Washington Post, Chris Mooney and the usual suspects are seriously alarmed by a memo sent out by the Transition Team at the…