First-of-a-kind U.S. grid cyberattack hit wind, solar
A Utah renewable energy developer was struck by an unprecedented cyberattack that cut contact to a dozen wind and solar farms this spring, according to documents obtained by E&E News under the Freedom of Information Act.
Top regulator sanctions PG&E, calls power outages 'failures'
California's top utility regulator slammed Pacific Gas and Electric Co. yesterday for its recent power outages aimed at preventing wildfires and ordered numerous "corrective actions" for the company, saying the historic shut-offs were "failures in execution."
First U.S. gas station to switch to 100% EVs opens
The nation's first gas station to convert fully to electric vehicle charging opened last week in Maryland.
Watchdog warns FERC, DOE of 'significant' hacking risks
Energy regulators haven't grasped how far hackers could go to harm the U.S. power grid, according to a new report from the Government Accountability Office.
Honda makes largest automaker purchase ever of wind, solar
Honda Motor Co. Ltd. has announced the biggest-ever purchase of renewable energy in the auto industry, locking up 320 megawatts of wind and solar power to offset emissions at its U.S. manufacturing plants.