DOE study upends assumptions about wind power costs
Wind power's costs have declined at a pace that has defied even the most bullish predictions of industry experts, underscoring the "considerable uncertainty" ahead for policymakers, according to a new study from federal researchers.
Biden mid-Atlantic offshore wind plan sparks uproar
The Biden administration's push to build out offshore wind in a newly declared "priority" zone off the East Coast has sparked a boycott from fishing groups and objections over ocean use conflicts from the Department of Defense.
China human rights scandal threatens U.S. solar
U.S. climate envoy John Kerry said ahead of his trip to China this week that he would not compromise on human rights during climate talks. But allegations of human rights abuses in the province of Xinjiang threaten a key player in Biden's 100% clean power agenda — the U.S. solar industry.
Marine tech 'the missing link' for 100% clean power — report
Advocates for marine renewable technologies are trying to win a place in the Biden administration's 2035 plans for a carbon-free grid, unveiling a road map today for what they describe as a "baseload" power source that could be critical in decarbonizing large swaths of the country.
Battery makers settle trade dispute that tested Biden
Two rival battery manufacturers have agreed to settle a trade dispute that threatened to disrupt the Biden administration's electric vehicle goals, following an intense pressure campaign from the White House and a phalanx of state and federal lawmakers.