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Installing solar panels over California’s canals could yield water, land, air...

Roger Bales, University of California, Merced and Brandi McKuin, University of California, Santa Cruz Climate change and water scarcity...

The US is worried about its critical minerals supply chains –...

Jordy Lee, Colorado School of Mines and Morgan Bazilian, Colorado School of Mines When U.S. companies build military weapons...

Cheaper solar power means low-income families can also benefit – with...

Galen Barbose, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory; Eric O’Shaughnessy, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, and Ryan Wiser, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory Until recently, rooftop solar panels were...

‘Renewable’ natural gas may sound green, but it’s not an antidote...

Emily Grubert, Georgia Institute of Technology Natural gas is a versatile fossil fuel that accounts for about a third of U.S. energy use. Although it...

Solar farms, power stations and water treatment plants can be attractions...

Margaret Birney Vickery, University of Massachusetts Amherst Amid the economic and social fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, many people see the process of restarting society...

How to have an all-renewable electric grid

David Timmons, University of Massachusetts Boston The main solution to climate change is well known – stop burning fossil fuels. How to do this is...

Walmart tried to make sustainability affordable. Here’s what happened

Andrew Spicer, University of South Carolina and David Graham Hyatt, University of Arkansas What a difference the birth of a granddaughter can make. For Lee...

How energy storage is starting to rewire the electricity industry

Eric Hittinger, Rochester Institute of Technology and Eric Williams, Rochester Institute of Technology The market for energy storage on the power grid is growing at...

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