'Horrible.' Coronavirus unravels energy efficiency industry
The nation's largest source of energy jobs — the energy efficiency sector — is experiencing mass layoffs from the coronavirus as utility and state programs shut down across the country.
N.Y. passage of renewable plan stirs NIMBY, climate debate
The New York Legislature passed an overhaul yesterday of how renewable projects are sited and built — a move that won cheers from climate advocates even as it infuriated a swath of opponents in rural parts of the state.
100% clean energy group launches, with eyes on coronavirus
State officials representing over a quarter of the country's power sales are announcing a new coalition this morning centered on 100% carbon-free targets.
Fight over gas supplies could renew next winter — official
National Grid PLC's plans to meet natural gas demand in New York next winter could hit permitting hurdles, according to a state monitor, potentially setting the stage for another clash with officials there.
'We have never done this before.' Inside N.Y.'s grid lockdown
New York's unprecedented decision to require workers to live at facilities operating the state's power grid during the coronavirus pandemic may be a test case for the rest of the nation.